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Infant Communication and the Crying Baby

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Week 8

In this session, we explored the ways in which our newborns communicate with us and how we can learn to understand their cries and their body language.

Topics discussed:

    • Why do babies cry and how can we “tune in” to what they are trying to communicate with us?
    • What is life like for newborn baby? What they may be experiencing?
    • How can we comfort and reassure our babies?
    • Do newborn babies actually know they are separate people to us? Do they understand how we feel too?
    • The transition for parents and the demands of looking after a newborn baby, and how to look after yourself too.

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