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    My 10 month old baby's activities have come down
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    An_222283 posted:
    I have a 10 month old baby, born on April 6, 2010. She was doing well, sitting, eating well, rolling, playing well on exer-saucer. But in between, I got a severe back pain and I was completely on bed. I could not give her proper massage, tummy time, etc. Previously she used to laugh aloud and play real well. But now all those things have significantly come down.

    Really worried. Trying to bring her back on track. Please advise.

    Thanks in advance..
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    cyberkat99 responded:
    Maybe she was just depressed from the missed out time with you. How is she doing now?


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