What do you do when your child is crying for no obvious reason?
Well there is a reason, but just not clear to you. What to you do? Ignore? Help with the emotions? Try to stop it? ...
Depends how old they are.
If it's a baby that can't communicate and you're sure it's nothing simple like hunger, dirty diaper, or tiredness, then I would just try to comfort. If it's really persistent I'd take his/her temperature to make sure they're not coming down with a fever. If you think he/she could be teething then you could look for buds poking through.
If they can communicate then try to understand why they're upset and help them work through it.
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