Your newborn will not be able to talk to express his/her feelings and needs. S/he will learn to do the same using different facial expressions at different times.
Your baby may show his/her fascination by popping eyes wide open and lowering or raising eyebrows with mouth open. The little one will be fascinated by anything that is new to him/her. Allow your baby to see closely whatever s/he is fascinated about. S/he may touch different objects, and get familiar to them. Your baby may be able to point out at objects at around 9-to-12 months,out of curiosity.
Your baby’s distress will come along with his/her mouth turning down, arching up both eyebrows or quivering the chin. These signs generally mean that your little one is very upset and you have to take action soon. You have to calm your baby down and convince the little one that you are on it.
The signs of boredom will be accompanied by yelling, or crying, or even throwing objects for attention. When the baby is one-month old, a lot of his/her time will go staring at your face, but as s/he will be growing up, you will need different things to hold his/her interest. The best way to break kids boredom is by playing games with them, singing songs to them, or even by reading stories that have bright pictures. When you are not there, you may engage your baby with some form of visual game.
Baby stare fixedly, or their face and hands tremble when they are feeling anxious. Try to understand the reason of anxiety and you may cuddle your little one softly while trying to explain him/her what is going on.
A beautiful sight is to watch your baby giving out a big smile with the cheeks lifted up. This is the sign of delight or joy. The little one may also clap and babble in high pitch. You may encourage such cheerfulness of your baby. If s/he gets positive response from you, s/he will be very satisfied. You may make funny faces and gestures to see your baby smiling often.