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Let’s face it, a lot of what you’ll be doing when you first have a baby is making sure it eats, sleeps, and changing a lot of diapers. It’s a universal fact of parenting: you have to monitor your baby’s bowel movement and make certain that everything is going well in that department. It may not be a very nice subject, but it’s essential to keep track and sometimes to discuss with your partner if you think something isn’t as it should be. If you’re a bit lost about how to track your baby’s health through poop, read on.
1) Meconium is a milestone
This is an important milestone, though it might not end up in your album. Your baby’s first poop is known as meconium, and is sticky and dark green-black in colour. It contains all the things your baby took in when…