Crying Baby - Will A Warm Cuddle Comfort My Crying Baby


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Crying babies will normally always have a reason why they bawl, scream, yell or kick up a fuss. Getting to the root of the problem of why we have a crying baby in the first place will definitely help mummy and daddy stem the flow of tears.

A baby's cry can be very distressing at times for the parents, but, hey hold up mum and dad, this is the only way baby can communicate; This is baby`s way of letting his or her carers know that they are not happy and that they need tending too. Expect new born babies to cry in the early weeks regardless of how attentive mummy and daddy is. A baby`s crying outbursts can rise from being hungry, needing their bottoms changed or more importantly winding.

Being the parent - you will know your own baby traits better than anyone else so if the infant is upset more than usual then this could mean that the child is unwell. Aside crying other signs to look for if the baby is sick are - not feeding well, trouble with breathing, high fever and vomiting - all of these symptoms should be checked over with your doctor. It is good idea to try and test new things that can help the situation or ease the problem of a crying baby. For instance the child may not be satisfied with the baby formula - so you could try introducing him/her or in some cases them to a new feed formula. If you are counting the pennies why not collect free baby samples of baby milk and much more from many of the free baby products being offered online for free. More about this below

If you want to comfort your baby then do so because - you cannot spoil your little one by responding to his or her SOS call. Not every crying baby can be comforted there and then - but you still need to do what is necessary to ease their discomfort. A warm cuddle will always be warmly welcomed by a discontented baby. Remember to first rule out the cause to why you think you have a crying baby. Could it be that the baby is hungry, does the baby need changing. Is their bowel movement or non bowel movement the cause of their squealing? Make sure the infant is not over heated (too hot or cold can be a reason for crying). When it is time for baby`s nap - a quiet darkened room is favoured by sleeping nippers. However in saying that some babies sleep better with activity going on in the background? For example mummy and daddy's favourite tune playing on the radio or when their brothers and sisters are having a squabble.

If your crying baby is unsettled after a feed then it is a possibility that they may need burping (winding). Never put baby down without getting his or her wind up because this can cause colic. Overtired babies are unhappy babies so try to set a pattern that works well for both you and the baby to have a snooze. No matter the circumstances regarding your crying baby - he or she will always feel protected and safe in the comfort zone i. e. mummy's arms.

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