2 months old baby

Question: When babies get tears in his/her eyes??

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Answer: Hi dear, with my baby I started seeing drop after 2 months whenever she use to cry. So it might take some more time
Answer: Hi dear, with my baby I started seeing drop after 2 months whenever she use to cry. So it might take some more time
Answer: After 2 month completed in my baby
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