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As your newborn baby grows, it is slowly acclimating to sleeping at
night and being awake during the day. Also, as baby's stomach is
growing and holding more breast milk or formula, it will be able to go
for longer periods between feedings at night. At approximately three
months of age your baby will likely sleep about 15 hours out of each
24-hour period, and two thirds of that sleep will take place during the
night. Most babies will have settled into a daily sleep routine of two
or three sleep periods during the day, followed by "sleeping through
the night" for 6 to 7 hours after a late-night feeding.
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