Instantly Calm a Crying Baby (4 Little-Known Techniques That Work
In this video you’ll learn 4 quick, simple techniques you can use to soothe your crying baby. It’s amazing how well these techniques work, even when it feels like nothing you do will get your baby to settle.
As parents, a crying baby is can be quite distressing, and it’s even more stressful if we’re unable to soothe them. But often all it takes is holding them a certain way, or putting them in a particular position that they find calming, to instantly get your baby to stop crying.
It’s also important to know that all babies do go through a period of fussiness at two weeks of age, which generally peaks at around six to eight weeks of age and resolves by three to four months.
During this time of fussiness, they often cry for no apparent reason and can be extremely difficult to soothe. Even things like feeding (which usually helps calm crying newborns), don’t work to soothe them. This is where the techniques you’ll learn in this video can be particularly helpful.
If you’re struggling to get your baby to stop crying no matter what you do, make sure you check out the video and give these baby soothing techniques a try. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
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00:00 – 00:48 : Intro
00:49 – 02:58 : Baby Soothing Tip #1
02:59 – 03:46 : Baby Soothing Tip #2
03:47 – 04:33 : Baby Soothing Tip #3
04:34 – 05:33 : Baby Soothing Tip #4
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