Crying

Discussion in 'Kids Health' started by tiggerstacy, Nov 24, 2007.

  1. tiggerstacy

    tiggerstacy Well-Known Member

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    Me baby girl cries when ever she isn't asleep or feeding, I just don't know what is wrong with her, it's not colic is what else could it be, what could I try? Any advice would be very much welcome.
     
  2. amzhunny

    amzhunny Well-Known Member

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    does she cry if you pick her up? I say that to see whether its an attention thing.

    How about if you just stimulate her with something - amber gets very bored easily and has to be in the right mood to lie on the floor and have a kick otherwise i have to walk round with her or she loves deadliest catch on discovery (thank god for sky!!) its just finding something to amuse LO.

    I got her an activity thingy with dangly things at 8 weeks and she looks at them moving which helps also.
     
  3. Squiglet

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    Tia was the same... I had to get a sling and literally carry her everywhere... funny thing was she just wanted to be close to me... but if she was awake, not within 2cms of me or had a boob in her face, she would cry.. My mum got one of these electric swings too.... and if I put her in that she would stop crying ( :roll: ).... I think it was just a comfort thing... when she got older around 3 months thats when she was more interested in being plonked in front of the tv or xmas tree as long as the lights were flashing, for a while... and gave me time to do human things on my own.. like pee... . :rotfl: Its really tiring I know when they are like that, but it's not forever.. once they are up on their feet (or crawling) they are much less clingy...
     

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