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What shade of green is it? If it's kind of a greyish green it could be a foremilk/hindmilk imbalance. You could try block feeding to combat it. Here's a link about block feeding...
If the green is more of a bright green then keep a look out for mucus in the stool as well. This could be a sign that your baby has a sensitivity to the dairy in your diet. this happened with me and my son. I noticed the green mucusy poops around 2 months (I was eating lots of yogurt at the time cause it was so convenient). I talked to a dietitian who suggested I go off of dairy for about 2 weeks to see if that cleared things up. I did, and sure enough, 2 weeks later my son was back to having nice normal yellow BF poops. It didn't mean that my son has a milk allergy though. It's just that his GI tract was not mature enough yet to process the protein from the dairy I was eating. At around 4 or 5 months I was able to slowly reintroduce dairy back into my diet.
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