Had my 2nd baby Jan 27th. This one has seem to have alot of problems, nothing serious i guess but for me my first had none of this. She had to switch to Gentlease because she had gas, she spits up, and crys constantly. I had to switch her formula myself since her dr. said there was nothing wrong with her! (Ive switched dr.s now) but since I switched her she poops every day and has been doing ALOT better. She hasn't had any of her shots yet but she kinda shakes her hands alot. She puts them out in front of her and shakes and shakes until she .. settles down. My first didn't do this. Is it normal for babies? I have no idea. My grandmother says she breathes funny. I don't really think shes breathing funny but I'm gonna ask the dr. when I see him next.
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