Behaviours and appearance

How are babies different from older children?

The behaviour and appearance of normal babies may concern parents. Examples include spitting, drooling, rooting, and white tongues and bumps in the baby's mouth.

A) Describing normal baby behaviour and appearance

The behaviour and appearance of babies while normal, may concern parents.  

Babies are little humans, but that doesn't mean they are little adults. Young babies do some unusual things, like regularly sneezing twice or spitting up with the second hiccup. They also look different.

These differences can cause concern in parents. The following are normal for babies and do not require special attention or treatment:

Newborns, especially, may look quite different. They may vomit on occasion if their mother has a very large milk supply.