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Is it possible to play with my baby too much?

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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: No

Not unless the baby starts to cry or whimper or make it obvious that it is unhappy with the style of play.

In brief: No

Not unless the baby starts to cry or whimper or make it obvious that it is unhappy with the style of play.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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In brief: Yes

At some point, she'll need peace and quiet so she can sleep.
She may not tell you that by pushing you away or getting sleepy in front of you, but you'll definitely see that some of the fun has gone out of the play for her, and then it may be time to just leave her be.

In brief: Yes

At some point, she'll need peace and quiet so she can sleep.
She may not tell you that by pushing you away or getting sleepy in front of you, but you'll definitely see that some of the fun has gone out of the play for her, and then it may be time to just leave her be.
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