Top Signs That Your Baby Is Hungry

Top Signs That Your Baby Is Hungry

A good way to master the right breastfeeding balance is to nurse when your baby seems hungry. Don’t wait for tears; by then, your little one may be uncomfortably hungry, especially the longer she cries. She might be tiny but she’ll make her needs known by:

  • Nuzzling against your breasts
  • Sucking furiously on that little baby hand — or your shirt, or your arm
  • Opening her mouth
  • Rooting reflex, baby opens her mouth and turns her head to the side with her mouth open to find the food source, often after her cheek is stroked
  • Sucking on her lip or tongue, which can look like she’s sticking her tongue out
  • Making lip-smacking sounds
  • If she does cry, it will typically be a short, low-pitched wail that rises and falls

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