No, I don’t mean “Is your toddler hungry?”
They usually are.
And no, I don’t mean “Is your preschooler hungry?”
They often won’t admit it, unless they’re at the house of a friend whose mother isn’t nearly as good a cook as you. Political prisoners could take hunger strike lessons from a preschooler who has figured out that what mom really wants is for her to eat the green things, too.
But enough about cutting the edges off grilled cheese sandwiches <flashback shudder> let’s get back to the real question: Is your newborn baby really hungry?