Some days, parenthood is the most honorable and transformative experience of your life. Your infant is the most perfect and beautiful baby on the planet. And other days, you're left holding the baby and saying, "What end did that come from?" Because it's going to be relevant sooner or later, it's a good idea to know how to interpret baby puke.
Sure, caring for an infant is one of the most adult responsibilities in the world. But cleaning up vomit at 3 in the morning probably makes you feel more like a college freshman again. Seriously, it can feel like your kid has way more output than input some days. This can make you concerned about exactly what is normal, and what should have you headed to the pediatrician's office.
For what it's worth, puke is a very normal part of babyhood. So even if it feels like your little one is auditioning for a remake of The Exorcist, she's likely OK. That said, there are a few instances in which baby vomit can signal more serious health concerns, so it's smart to learn what's what. Hey, you're going to be dealing with the stuff anyway, so you might as well get some valuable information from it.