We present a family who suffered recurrent sibling losses due to vitamin K deficiency bleed. The index child was asymptomatic at presentation, had normal clinical examination, and was investigated for coagulation disorders in view of previous 3 sibling losses as a result of intracranial hemorrhage. His investigations showed deranged coagulogram and clotting factors' assay. The baby was given vitamin K1 1 mg intramuscularly following which his coagulogram and clotting factors' assay returned to normal. The genetic analysis did not identify any inherited cause of bleeding tendency. The significant family history, exclusive breastfeeding, no diarrhea, failure to thrive or drug use, no prophylaxis with vitamin K at birth, recovery of clotting factors on vitamin K administration, and a corroborative molecular analysis confirmed diagnosis of vitamin K deficiency in the index child. This case gives a strong reminder not to miss birth dose of vitamin K in any neonate.