2 months old baby

Question: after waking up my baby cries alot.She is 56 days old what should I do???

2 Answers
Answer: Don't worry mommy.. Ur baby might be sleeping in a deep sleep.. So when u wake her up she started crying. Or might be baby feels hungry after sleeping a lot. U just breastfeed ur baby, ur baby will be k
Answer: After having milk she ll sleep
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