How to Spot Hunger Cues
The key to avoiding full-on newborn meltdowns? Catch early hunger cues, including rooting, yawning, and gnawing before the tears erupt.
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What you'll learn
Nothing is scarier than a newborn in full meltdown mode. The key to avoiding this is keeping a watchful out for early hunger cues, including rooting, yawning, and gnawing. Get ahead of the tears with these telltale signs.
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