Hi Mommies

My baby is 2 months old; with 4.5 kg weight.

For how many months we can expect 3-4 times potty for infants. My MIL saying dat your milk is not good and she is not digesting it properly.

Is that is true?? Suggest me too

Lol no. . how can mommy milk not be good. Forget such comments. Tagging expert moms to answer your exact query Neha Mani Mishra

Some times is good to ignore people and what they say.. pls eat well and feed ur baby it's absolutely normal for a 2months baby to poop like many times..

A child on exclusive breastfeed can pass stools anywhere from ten times a day to once in ten times . The pattern keeps on changing. My son passed around 5-7 times daily for first 2-2.5 mnths then all of a sudden went to once in 7 days and at 5 mnths back to 4 times a day ... that too all of a sudden . So don’t wry ... let ur mil say whatever she wants to . As long as your baby is gaining weight and passing adequate urine its fine

Once in ten days i meant

Mothers milk is best, keep breast feeding please. Poop 3-4 times is normal. Also baby not pooping till 7 days is normal. So don't worry and enjoy feeding time. Remember to eat good yourself.

Mil aisi hoti hai ya intentionally aisi bn jati h... Jane kya kya bolti h 🙄😣.. . U just ignore and keep feeding your baby and take care of yourself..

Don't worry dear , my baby was pooping after every feed till 2.5 months and then suddenly she stopped pooping and did it after 8 days hahahah ! Let her digestive system grow and then you'll see that her bowl movements would settle down ! Also please just ignore such nonsense , as the mothers milk is the best thing for the baby ! Take your MIL with you when you go to visit the doc and have a discussion about same in front of her.

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