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“I just got delivered of a baby! Thank God! This is my first time of being a mother. Oh Gosh! I’m worried! How much sleep does my new baby need? Who can help me please?”

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rida Posted: Friday, January 24, 2014 5:03:14 PM(UTC)

Babies will adjust their routine by nature and with their comforts.

If your baby is healthy enough then you do not required to worry about.

If your baby has some health issues then you need to visit doctor.

If your baby cry when not sleeping or feel uneasy then you must concern doctor.

As you mention your baby is 7 months old so, you must be giving some solid food to your baby, if you are giving any food that causes colic in babies then avoid giving such food.

You can find Diet plan for 6-12 month baby from:


baby will develop few motor skills step by step every week.

You can find more details on weekly growth of baby from 28th week from:

Kumari Pratibha Posted: Friday, January 24, 2014 4:48:26 PM(UTC)
My son 7 months old, his everday sleeping at night 11.30 pm and day time only 1 hour