Answer: Hi dear, I think you are talking about stranger anxiety in babies.so it is quite common,and and it is a phase most of the babies go through.your baby would be fine,keep her exposed to propel mor often .take her to parks ,and other social events,at th same time donot stress your baby.it would pass gradually.my baby had it too ,in quite early stage.now he's absolutely fine.
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