A crying baby is a problem new parents don't want to have . Lets face it, it's bound to happen so as parents we need to be prepared to know the difference in the baby crying. Babies can't talk so they do the most natural thing they can and that's cry.
It could be for attention, it could be hurting, it could be hungry, etc. So it's many things that can lead to a crying baby. Most parents feel when the baby is fed and diaper is changed that they should not be crying but this is far from the truth. Babies are like a alarm clock but the only difference is they go off to let you know something is wrong; no matter if you are ready or not.
Here's some things that may be the reason for the baby crying.
Parents often over dress newborns when they get ready to go outside. This makes the baby cranky and sweaty just like a grown up. You don't like being over dressed with alot of clothes and neither does your baby.
Babies are very sensitive and can pick up on parents in bad moods, fussing and fighting. Babies can sense the vibe in the air and that makes the baby cranky and sad.
Babies can get overwhelmed in malls, coffee shops, and any place with lot's of lights. Babies can become bored if they are left in the swing or stroller too long. Some babies don't like loud noises so be aware what your baby likes, and does not like.
Babies could have stomach problems which may be the first thing to check. Gas could build up on the baby's stomach or even be constipated. Babies on formula milk could have a allergy and cause the baby to have cramps. Also the baby could hare reflux where the food is coming back up into the mouth.
The baby could be twisted in the bed or car seat that's cutting of their circulation. They could have a hair bow or band poking them. Labels on your baby's clothes could be poking them causing discomfort.
Your baby may cry because hes stuck on you because the older the baby gets the less time the mother will spend with their baby and the baby starts to feel lonely. This is just a part of growing up.
Babies are very hard to read when it comes to feeding time. There is really no set feeding time for babies because at any time they can have a growth spurt. Babies can't tell time or dates on calendars so give the a little extra to eat.
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