After sometime, you'll totally catch onto all your baby's cries and their meanings. It may seem impossible when you're a...
After sometime, you'll totally catch onto all your baby's cries and their meanings. It may seem impossible when you're a brand new mama, but you'll get it - trust me. baby cryingUntil then, here are a few common crying variations and what they likely mean. I've been around countless babies, and while they all differ, some of these cries seem to be across the board. Tired: Tired is the easiest cry to decipher in my opinion, because it's often lack luster. Your baby can cry when he wants; loudly. However, tired crying is often more broken, and varied, almost as if your baby has to try super hard to cry. Hungry: Hungry crying babes usually take rooting breaks from their tears. Your baby may cry and root around at the same time or cry and suck on his hand. Pain: You'll be able to tell a painful cry early on, but hopefully it's not something you'll hear too often. Gas is a likely pain culprit in a little baby and sometimes elastic from clothing can press on your baby's skin - yes, some babies are little drama queens, they may feel pain from clothing, cold, or too tight of socks. The cry will be high pitched, sudden, and LOUD. Bored: Bored crying is a tough call. This is crying that usually starts out sort of fussy and turns into a full-on crying scene. Catching a fussy bored baby is easier than stopping the crying once it starts. First check a fussy baby out - is their diaper clean, have they eaten, slept, and so on? If everything seems ok, they may just want some entertainment. Break out your best baby puppet or go on a walk. Can you easily decipher your baby's cries?

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