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How much should my 2-month-old baby be peeing and pooping?

 

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At around two months, your baby should have at least four to six wet diapers a day. If you are breastfeeding, your baby’s stools should be soft and slightly runny. If you are formula-feeding, your baby’s stools will probably be a little firmer, but should not be hard or formed. The frequency of poopy diapers may range from one to two a day to once every other day. The color can also vary but should never be red, white, or black.

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