(NBC) - May is better sleep month, and if you're a new parent, you're likely not getting enough shut-eye.
A survey by Owlet Baby Care found 43 percent of parents with babies up to six months old get only one to three hours of uninterrupted sleep each night.
It asked new parents how much they would pay to get a full night's sleep.
Half of them said they'd pay at least $100 for a full eight hours of uninterrupted sleep. Nearly one in 10 said they'd pay $1,000!
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