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Did your baby cry more than what is considered normal when he was born?


How did you cope?

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    Joana e Bruno (algarveview) 4 years ago

    I agree with you... it's basically one day at a time... but what I think - and that's why I asked this question - is that there are not that many babies that cry more than they are supposed to. You know that sort of thing when it's crying all day ...


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    Joana e Bruno (algarveview) 4 years ago

    Hi, win-winresources, I agree with you totally. My twins are 4 now, that time has come and gone, but my girl was a challenge. I'm trying to get views on the subject for other parents, for you only know what it is about, if your baby was like that.

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    Peeples 4 years ago

    I'm also a firm believer in attachment parenting. All the holding and cuddling did nothing for my 2 who had colic. I still held them but all the holding, nursing, rocking, and love didn't stop the colic!


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    Peeples 4 years ago

    I completly disagree with the first half of this answer. At an early age a baby should be taken care of every time they are needed. Teaching is for children old enough to understand what's going on!

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