Éanéotse She gave birth.
Éanétáno She is in labor.
Ééšeameohtse. He/She is walking now.
Ééšeamevonehne. He/She is crawling now.
Éhe'kóóva He is wet.
Éhestáotse He was born.
Éhóheehe He is wrapped.
hóhkêha'e cradleboard (softbacked with hood)
Ého'sâhtsenáóhtse He is drooling.
Éhóse'e She is pregnant.
mé'êševôtse baby; mé'êševoto babies
Énene He is nursing/sucking.
Éno'konëne He has one tooth.
Nétâhéno'óe'tovâhema Let's go hold the baby!
pâhoešestôtse cradleboard (hardbacked)
Épáo'óomóho She is carrying him on her back with a blanket.
Étoenova She delivered; she midwifed (the baby; literally, She held).
Étónêstôheéše'hama How many months old is he? (Also can mean 'How many months along (in her pregnancy) is she?')
vée'êse tooth; véesôtse teeth
Éhevéesäne He's teething.