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Crying baby: does the crying of your baby drive you up the wall?

All babies cry because that is what they do best. After all, crying is the only way babies can communicate with the rest of the world. But in some instances, babies can cry for hours for no good reason. So, how do you decode baby cries? Here is how http://www.kidsandmommies.com/2017/0...o-soothe-them/


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I'm sure the babies have a good reason. No reason which is obvious to their parents maybe.


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My baby used to cry starting evening time till midnight (with intervals). He seemed in pain and my closest friend told me that it's gassiness or reflux issue. She told me to try babies magic tea. I started putting him on this tea twice in the night with one oz tea in 8 oz expressed milk for two feedings and it helped making him comfortable.
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With our oldest, DD who is now 5, swaddling was very effective. With my brand new baby boy, the only thing that seems to work is the nipple.
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Agree

babies cry for a reason. but it may be something you can do little about, like being tired but wound up, having to poo, gas etc. I was told babies also reflect parents mood and attitude.
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Did you know that about 1/3 of unexplained fussiness is baby asking to use the bathroom outside of his or her diaper? They are very instinctual creatures and desire hygiene (and deserve it!). If your baby is signaling by crying (truly her only language at this point!) it may be a potty request. Parents who try elimination communication usually solve this mystery pretty quickly and build a deep connection with baby (who now feels totally "heard"!)
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