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As if to suckle, Baby’s tongue sticks to his palate, and the sound that comes out is “neh,” baby needs to eat.
Knowing when to burp your little one can not always be obvious, but if they make lots of little ‘eh’ sounds, this can be a significant indicator.
The mouth opens wide, and the tongue flattens down and recedes to make the ‘aoh’ sound.
The sounds are longer than other cries, and they squirm as they let it all out.
The cry for this sounds like ‘heh’ and stands out from many others.
It is important to note: “This sound is accompanied by increased salivation, and it seems to rub its gums against each other. So you can offer Baby a teething ring.”
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When your newborn needs a drink, they will let out a ‘nah’ sound.
When everything is wrong, babies will cry too, and it sounds like ‘ouin.’