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10 Tips to Soothe a Crying Baby

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The first time you hear your baby cry it’s relieving because it means your child has entered the world healthy and excited! However, if baby doesn’t cease to stop crying for nights, weeks, and months on end, parents are often left sleepless and flabbergasted—not knowing what the heck to do.

Now, every baby is different, some cry because they’re hungry, wet, have gas, or feel cold. Regardless of the reason, if your baby is wailing nonstop, keeping you up all night long, the following ten tips may help soothe and lull a moody baby into a peacefully slumbering angel…

1. The “Hush” and “Shush”

Whispering soothingly into your baby’s ear will sometimes do the trick, especially if you make soothing shushing sounds to calm him or her down from crying.

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