It is common for babies to have irregular sleep patterns, but if you are concerned about your baby taking very little sleep and napping throughout the day, there are a few things you can try to help improve her sleep. First, establish a consistent bedtime routine that includes calming activities such as a warm bath or reading a book. Make sure her sleep environment is comfortable, quiet, and dark. During the day, provide plenty of opportunities for physical activity and stimulation to keep her awake and engaged. Avoid letting her nap too close to bedtime as it may interfere with nighttime sleep. If these strategies don't improve her sleep patterns, consider consulting with your pediatrician for further guidance.