3 months old baby

Question: Hello, my baby is 3 months old, she smiles rarely,she doesn't look at me and smile,even if we play with her. Is it normal???

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Answer: Hi A reflex smile could pop within the womb or the first day you are introduced to your little one. A baby’s first smile, a legit one, develops around one and half months, or even later. Do not worry if they take their time smiling and concern yourself by wondering when newborns smile. It could take anywhere between this time and four months for your baby’s smile. If you are missing out on the reflex smiles, do not worry, as they are fleeting
Answer: Hi,don't worry it is just in baby s mood and it's a phase.play with your baby show her good and colourful and attractive toys.it will help the baby to show it's expressions.
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