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Best things too do to Soothe your crying baby

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Rated 0 points - posted 8 years ago by Naya Lizardo in category Kids.
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Give her a dummmy Report Abuse
It works
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Swaddle your baby Report Abuse
Wrapping your infant in a smooth soft blanket, can give your little one a sense of warmth, security and closeness familiar from the womb. This is probably the best way to calm your baby
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White Noise Report Abuse
Something that generates a white noise works well for us. There are several on the market. We bought a sleepybee.
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Noise maker like a sleepy bee or similar Report Abuse
Buy one, I am telling you it was a good send
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Hold your baby Report Abuse
Regardless of what the problem is, a warm snuggle is a good place to start. Sometimes your baby is just lonely or may be worried or fearful.
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Use white noise Report Abuse
When they were in the womb it was a very noisy place. Your baby may find comfort in hearing a continuous rhythmic sound like a vacuum cleaner or clothes dryer.
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Babies also love rhythmic sound. We use a sound machine set on ocean waves. If our baby girl wakes up and hears the sounds she went to sleep to she is more than likely to go right back to sleep. Works great. A friend told us about SleepyBee that is a take along sound machine.sleepybees.com It's perfect for when we are away from home. Love it!
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Take your baby to a dark quiet room Report Abuse
Baby might be overstimulated. Shutting her eyes and turning her head away from the noise is a good sign that baby is over stimulated.
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Feed your baby Report Abuse
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Burp her Report Abuse
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Talk soothingly to her Report Abuse
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Play music for her Report Abuse
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Change her position Report Abuse
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Change her diaper Report Abuse
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Check to see if she is too warm or cool Report Abuse
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Take her outside Report Abuse
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Put her down where you can stay close and still touch her Report Abuse
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Give her a warm bath Report Abuse
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Use your voice to let her know you are present Report Abuse
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Put her in the baby swing Report Abuse
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Check for diaper rash Report Abuse
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Bring her to bed with you for a little while Report Abuse
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Switch the person holding baby Report Abuse
Sometimes baby won't calm down with mom, but as soon as dad holds her she will stop crying right away.
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Distract her with a colorful toy Report Abuse
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