I Want It NOW Cry. This one starts in a low tone and picks up volume when the need increases. An object, like that elusive television remote or momma’s I-Phone, may drive this cry to higher octaves. A toy out of reach is another starter. Or, baby sees the bottle you are making, they want it NOW and you’re only at the thawing frozen milk or scooping formula level. This crying may lead to obsessive hand reaching, arm waving, throwing of objects, and real baby tears if baby gets mad enough. All because, baby needs something NOW.