It's normal. Eye discharges are form of bacteria. That means during your sleeping, these matters want to enter your baby's eyes. Eye discharges are most common harmless, but they still have a power to cause some severe eye problems, such as conjunctivitis and blepharitis. As for adults, eye discharges are also form of make-up or extra oily skin. While children may because of infections. When comes to treat eye discharges, the best thing you must do is determine what causes it. Here I recommend several home remedies. A warm cloth can be used to clean the eye discharge in the corner of your baby's eyes when eyes are glued shut. Do not make-up, or your child may get further infection. Next you also can use a baby shampoo or other mild detergent to wash child's eyelashes. Massaging the lids with a downward motion will help push out oils. If all these solutions do not work, it's time to see a doctor, especially you child feel eye pain.