18 Signs That Will Help You To Understand Your Baby Before They Can Speak

Newborns are totally dependent on us for their basic needs.
Therefore, different moves and sounds baby produce when they need
attention, food, a diaper change, or sleep.


 

Babies
can’t speak but the way they cry, the way they sound, and the way they
move are the only ways to send messages. Even one small move can mean a
thing and we will help you understand babies and take better care of
them.

Baby cries:

  • Calling cry

When
babies cry, pausing for 20 seconds then cry again, they are calling
you. This is their way of acting when they need you. If no one comes to
pick them up, this cycle of crying will probably proceed.

  • Hunger cry

Hungry
babies cry all the time, those cries can even become insanity. When the
baby rotates its head and produces smacking sounds it means that they
are hungry.

  • Discomfort cry

When the baby may be too hot, too cold, or need a diaper change it will arch its body and squirm constantly.

  • Pain cry

The more pain a child is in, the louder their cries turn into. You can’t make a mistake.

  • Sleep cry

Everyone gets whiny when they are tired, so babies are no exception, also they may rub their eyes.

  • Environmental cry

Babies cry they don’t like their environment, they will continue crying until you arrive home.

Body language:

  • Arching back

Explicitly
for infants under 2 months, old may arch their back due to colic or
other discomforts. While, more grown-ups babies arch their backs when
they are sleepy.

  • Clenched fist

Babies usually clench their fists when they are hungry. Also, they will start crying if you don’t feed them on time.

  • Ear grabbing

It’s just your baby learning its anatomy. However, if the baby does this all the time, it’s best to consult your pediatrician.

  • Head rotation

If one rotates its heads right before falling asleep, it’s a calming movement.

  • Leg lift

This
happens to be an indication of colic and stomach pain. Leg lifts
relieve the pain. Consult a doctor if your baby does this too often.

  • Arm jerking

This happens when the light is too bright or the noise is too loud. It simply means that the baby got frightened.

Baby sounds:

  • “Ehhhh”

The baby may need to burp. Thus, releases an involuntary “ehh” as excess air starts to go up from their esophagus.

  • “Heh”

This sign shows discomfort by using this sound. Additionally, it will jerk its hands and feet.

  • “Owh”

Doing an “owwhh” means the baby is tired and needs to sleep.

  • “Eairh”

It’s the sound of stomachache, which means bloating and gasses.

  • “Neh”

By pushing their tongues to the top of their mouth, means the baby is hungry.

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