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It's normal for newborns to pass frequent watery stools.
Newborn intestines do not absorb food very well, and much of it is excreted into the stool. After the first few months, absorption improves, resulting in thicker, less frequent stools. But as long as your infant is alert, wakens to feed, and is wetting diapers frequently, then she is probably getting enough fluid from her feeding and not losing too much in her bowel movements.