What is the basic needs of a baby when he cries- Mumma or milk or anything else?
For me the reason why baby cries because he needs to eat. It is his way to tell the people around him that he is hungry.
Babies cry for different reasons. Sometimes they are hungry, wet and uncomfortable, and needs diapers to be changed, or they love warmth and the touch of mom; and the list goes on.....
Babies need to eat often but they also need (this is their authentic need) to be held, burped, changed, moved around, talked to, smiled to. Sometimes they are tired and need to get away from too much stimulation. Too much light, noise, activity may make them cry. They get easily overtired and may have trouble calming down. They still don't know how to go to sleep on their own. They need parents, usually mom to help them with that.
A baby can cry just because he needs a hug or a cuddle. Crying is said to be the universal language of infants.
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