Having a newborn baby can be one heck of a learning experience. Though I don't have any children yet, watching my sister go through first-time motherhood has shown me that it takes a lot of work. From ensuring that your baby is eating enough to making sure they are sleeping correctly, my sister said that there are so many signs you have to watch out for when living with a newborn. The main things she told me to look for are signs your newborn is dangerously dehydrated.
When you have a newborn, it may be a little difficult to know what's happening with them — especially if you are a first time mom. Trying to figure out exactly what's wrong each time can be a little nerve wrecking and it can even be overwhelming. Even if you think you're giving them enough fluids to keep them nourished, their body and mannerisms may be telling you something else. So, having the knowledge of something as important as baby dehydration is extremely important.
If you're like me and just want to know as much as you can — even before it's actually needed — these seven signs of baby dehydration are sure to help you out.