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How do I manage a baby who is constantly crying?

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Dr. Laura Webb
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: 5 S's

Dr. Harvey karp, author of happiest baby on the block, recommends using the 5 s's to calm a crying baby.
These are swaddling, side/stomach position (often easiest to do on your lap), swingying ( in a swing or holding baby while moving in a rhythmic motion), sssshing sound (to imitate the amniotic fluid sounds) and sucking (either on pacifier or finger). They take practice so don't give up!

In brief: 5 S's

Dr. Harvey karp, author of happiest baby on the block, recommends using the 5 s's to calm a crying baby.
These are swaddling, side/stomach position (often easiest to do on your lap), swingying ( in a swing or holding baby while moving in a rhythmic motion), sssshing sound (to imitate the amniotic fluid sounds) and sucking (either on pacifier or finger). They take practice so don't give up!
Dr. Laura Webb
Dr. Laura Webb
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Dr. Becky White
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Relax

How frustrating it is to have a crying baby! if you've checked with your doctor and there is nothing wrong, try to relax.
It is normal for babies to cry up to 3 hours a day. If you feel yourself feeling frustrated see if someone else can watch them for a while or just put them in their crib and take a bath (where you can't hear them). Taking some time for yourself will make it easier.

In brief: Relax

How frustrating it is to have a crying baby! if you've checked with your doctor and there is nothing wrong, try to relax.
It is normal for babies to cry up to 3 hours a day. If you feel yourself feeling frustrated see if someone else can watch them for a while or just put them in their crib and take a bath (where you can't hear them). Taking some time for yourself will make it easier.
Dr. Becky White
Dr. Becky White
Thank
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