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You can play and interact with your baby as often as you want. After all, you're her favorite companion. That said, babies need time on their own, too, so they can gradually start to understand that they're independent from you.
Look for occasions when you can place your baby on a pad or blanket in a comfortable area on the floor with some soft toys within easy reach. Leave her there for a short time so she can explore her environment and learn to be alone and amuse herself for a short time. Over a few weeks, try to stretch the amount of time she has to herself. Be observant and read her signals: Try to pick her up before she starts fussing or crying.