Babies cry for a reason

though sometimes it's nearly impossible to find out the reason. Do everything you can think of. The obvious things first like change diaper, check for injuries, feed, burp, change clothes, etc. When all else fails, the best thing to do is to hold your baby. Even if you don't know why they're crying, they still need to know that you're there. I find babywearing to be an amazing resource for this. You can have your baby close to you, and have your hands free to still go about your day. It's like a second womb for them.

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    03/21/14
    Beth
    We are big fans of babywearing too! Gives my arms a break while still letting the baby be close and re-centered on mama :)
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      03/21/14
      8Theresa Gould
      Yep, I agree! Good advice!
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