1 months old baby

Question: My baby ia one month old. She is always sleeping and only wakeup for cry milk and diaper change only.. Is it fine??

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Answer: Hello dear As ur baby is too small so this is the time when baby is sleeping the whole day and waking up the whole night or vice versa. U no need to worry mom it will not affect in activeness of baby. As the baby is becoming older the routine of sleep will change eventually and u can also see activeness in the baby
Answer: Yes.... no need to worry. Everything is fine. Developments will be good during sleep only.Dont disturb the baby.Let her sleep.
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