2 months old baby

Question: My baby stretches his body suddenly towards upside and most of the time see at roof only .. is it normal.

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Answer: Hello! Yes, it is absolutely normal dear. All babies do this and there is nothing to worry. Since they are always in a lying position, their first view goes to the roof and they try to see things specially if the fan is moving. Hence dont would and give a good massage to the baby on daily basis. Take care
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    Mohit Kumar118 days ago

    Actually older people at home says its not good as he strangely see upwards most of the time even if he is in our hands

Answer: This is normal dear. It's said that in this position the baby is comunicating with the angels. The baby will sometimes stare at the roof for hours tog, and even will start smiling.
Answer: Der might b something which attracts ur baby like some light or mirror or object...try to chg the view its not good for baby
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