Two-month-old babies usually sleep better at night. By now, your baby's sleeping-patterns have most likely fallen more into a routine for sleeping and eating.

Probably she goes at least three hours without a feeding. A baby this age usually sleeps longer than a newborn at night, but each baby is different.

After you feed your baby, hold her and rock her for a while. You can put her to bed at night when she is quiet, even if she is not asleep.

You can sit down beside her and pat her gently or sing softly.

Doing this will help an active baby learn to calm herself down. She may want to suck a pacifier or her thumb or finger as she gets sleepy.

Every baby will have her own sleeping pattern, and every baby will have different things she likes to help her to go to sleep.

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