How much sleep should my baby have?
Every baby’s sleep pattern varies and depends a lot on her feeds. ‘On average, your three month old will sleep for around 10 hours at night and five in the day where she’s awake for an hour or two and then goes back to sleep,’ says Maryanne Taylor, baby sleep consultant and founder of Child Sleep Works. Once your baby’s a little older, there can be a big shift where she wakes more. ‘We’re not completely sure why this happens, but there’s a big development and physical jump around this time which could explain it,’ says Maryanne. Read more about your baby’s sleep evolution by clicking the link below.
READ: BABY SLEEP – WHAT’S NORMAL BETWEEN THREE AND SIX MONTHS