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In general once the baby is defecating, not straining, and the stool is soft (which you indicated), then it is considered to be okay.The frequency of defecation varies and maybe affected by the type of milk the baby is presently receiving.
In rare cases , in babies that are breast fed, bowel movements maybe affected by the diet of the mother.
Symptoms and signs of a problem would be a bloating
(due to retention of stool and air), straining, decrease in frequency of defecation, hard stool when it does occur. In some cases where there is an obstruction, vomiting
You can monitor for any of these symptoms
I hope this helps