Babies communicate long before they learn their first words. They can feel a range of emotions from birth and even express them. In fact, if you watch closely, you can notice patterns in their facial expressions, sound and behaviors that are as good as language to parents. You’ve probably looked at your child and thought, “He’s a little hungry, but mostly wants a nap.” You know this because you’ve learned the code. Here are some common cues for parents to “read” their children. 1. Back arching – This cue looks...

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