Is your baby crying all the time? There is a good chance that your baby is colicky and may have stomach digestion issues, but if your baby has now turned to a toddler and complains or cries all the time, there could be a number of items at hand. For one, it’s always good to get your baby or toddler checked by a physician if you as a parent feel something is wrong with your child. If your think they are sick, hurt, or something is not right, your parental instinct is stronger than anyone or any article so be sure to act on that and take your baby to get a check up.
However, when it comes to behavioral issues with a toddler, that is a different story entirely. Toddlers can cry all the time to get attention and abuse their parents to get what they want. Sometimes, the best discipline is to let your baby cry it out and not get all wrapped up in their crying. If you act on their crying and give them what they want, you in a sense can create more crying from your baby or toddler in the future. Sometimes, letting your baby cry is a good practice to show them they can’t cry to get what they want and they need to listen to what their parents say.
Being a new parent is tough and hearing tons of crying is never easy to deal with. At times you even want to scream and say “shut up”, but not staying calm isn’t a good idea. It’s always best to remain calm in any situation so your don’t get stirred up and cause more bad behavior.
If you have a newborn baby and he or she cries all the time, it’s good to try a few methods such as a swaddle blanket at night, shush your baby, rocking your baby, and giving your baby love and support.