Fussy baby

Authors
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Keywords
Spanish language materials , Infants--Health and hygiene , Infants--Care , Parent and infant
Abstract
Your baby will “talk” to you in many ways. You will soon learn what his looks and movements mean. For example, when your baby opens his mouth, he may be saying “I’m hungry.” Crying is also a way your baby can talk to you. Your baby may be too hot, cold, bored, excited, gassy or sleepy; his diaper may need changing; he may want to suck on something; or maybe he is sick. The “fussies” will get better over time. This also happens with bottle-fed babies, so it’s NOT your breast milk.
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Issue Date
2016-02
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2016-04-18T15:43:20Z
Date Available
2016-04-18T15:43:20Z
Item Format
application/pdf
Media Type
Document
Item Language
Spanish
Publisher
South Carolina State Library
Digital Collection
South Carolina State Documents Depository
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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Text
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