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Video: Baby cues introduction

Babies use non-verbal language, called cues, to let us know what they need. Responding to these cues when you see them helps your baby feel safe and secure. All babies are different and each baby develops her own mix of signs to tell you what she wants. So what do some of these baby cues look like?

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Last updated or reviewed
28-08-2012

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