Why Baby Cry
Why Baby Cry
Why Baby Cry:
Crying is a way
your baby has to communicate. Your baby can be very uncomfortable, feel
too warm, feel hungry, sleepy, wants contact with Mum or Dad or that he|she has
a pain. Your little one doesn´t have the capacity to lead with frustrations: any
instinct that is not favourable at the moment makes your baby loose control and
expresses himself|herself with a cry and will not stop until his|her need is
It is important
that during these first months you should attend your baby inmediately to see
what is the matter when him|her as everything is unknown to him|her and the
presence of an adult is the only thing that gives your child security. Obviously
at the beginning Mum or Dad you will feel at a loss and you will not know how to
interpret your baby´s cry; but with time you will gradually get there.
Here are some tips for you to
recognize why baby cry:
If it is due to
he|she being hungry you will realize inmediately, not only because he|she will
looking for food with his|her mouth open but because your breast will be
full. Don´t fail breastfeeding him|her as hunger is an unknown feeling for your
If your baby
cries while you breastfeed her|him, it may be due to something you have eaten
and may give your baby a tummy ache. It may be a possible allergy.
Think about the
food you have eaten and eliminate them one by one before every breastfeeding
meal, to detect which one it is. You may begin with the lacteous, which are the
ones that produce more allergies after the eggs and fish. Always look at the
labels of the products you buy as a lot of them may contain lactous
proteins and eggs. Never forget talking to your pediatrician.
approach your baby touch him|her to see if he|she is warm (maybe pespiring ) or
See if your
baby´s diaper is wet.
Your baby may
be tired and feel sleepy that is why he|she is crying. Craddle and cuddle your
baby and if he|she calms down your baby will go to sleep.
On the contrary,
the cry of pain can be identified if you have discarded all the previous points.
It is a totally different cry, acute and doesn´t stop even though you hold your
baby in arms. If you feel it is not a colic consult your pediatrician.