Crying Baby & Colic

Crying in the morning. Crying after naps. Crying and crying and more crying. When a baby cries often and cannot be comforted, parents are naturally concerned. What are the signs of colic? If it’s not colic, what else could it be? Look through our articles below for advice and tips on different ways to calm your baby, and information on when it might be time to call your pediatrician.

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The Truth About Amber Teething Necklaces

Somewhere in between my daughter’s sixth and seventh month, she turned from my perfectly sweet, angelically beautiful, chubby-cheeked ...
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The Painful, Almost Invisible Reason Your Baby Might Be Crying

I’m not going to lie. The above picture really makes my skin crawl. I’m grimacing as I’m writing this. No, not that grimace. ...
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Why Do Babies Cry?

By Maureen Healy for Baby + You If there’s one thing everyone knows about babies, it’s that they cry. Frequently. But why do healthy babies ...
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How to Help De-Stress Your Young Child

Young children, just like adults, can go through periods of significant stress. It may be due to a variety of things, such as changes in the ...
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My Newborn is crying, what to check first

Being a new mom (or dad) is a beautiful and rewarding experience, but it can also be frustrating at times—especially when your little one is ...
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When Colic Becomes Too Much!

Colic, the undefined crying spells that frequent the lives of 1 out of every 4 babies, can drive a mother or father to insanity. One day your ...
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