But he's doing so well at night! focus on the positives! Mabe that's all HE needs at this stage, as it doesnt seem to be upsetting his nights. Just go with it. Would you be interested in trying a baby carrier/sling? i found it really helpful to keep ds close to me so he felt secure and cosy and he would just drop off to sleep whenever he wanted while i was doing stuff with my toddler. I was able to sit on the couch with him snuggled in it too Was greatwhen we were out at the shops ect. i highlty reccomend them for tiny babies
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It sounds perfectly normal to me - all three of mine have been day time catnappers. I just used a wrap around carrier when I had a toddler and a newbie to deal with. But if you feel something is wrong then you should follow it up.
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