How to calm your newborn

Hi Everyone

Newborn only know crying whenever they feel something bad or pain or any kind of uncomfortable. So you have to be alert and make connections as much as possible.

It takes time but you will understand after some time definitely. 

Here are few things you can do to calm your baby.



Make a routine of your baby
That's really very important. It may take one or two months of time. Every baby give some indication to sleep or to feed or some kind of pain or anything you have to understand those. But meanwhile follow a routine so that your baby didn't have any kind of pain.

Don't give your baby to anyone for a long
Always make sure you hold your baby most of the time because new borns only feel you and that make them comfortable. If guests or other family members want to hold your baby then try to give for some time. Make sure they don't hold your baby so long because newborns started feeling scary.

Every infant cry a lot
See mostly newborns cry a lot. Because they were in the womb for 9 months suddenly they appear in the strange world so it takes time for them to understand the new world. So don't panic its normal. If your baby cry a lot and you feed them then they feel you and feel normal. 

Go for pediatrician
If baby cry after feeding and you can't console then go to your pediatrician. Don't wait too long then because they don't have voice they can only cry whenever they feel some pain and feel uncomfortable.



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  1. I am lucky, only one of my kids cried a lot. She had colic and cried for hours every night.

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    1. You truly are very lucky seriously..My daughter make me cry during that phase..Thank you

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  2. I cried for 10 months straight when I was a newborn. My angel mother had to hold me constantly and just continue on with life (with me crying in the background). I'm glad whatever condition I had did not pass on to my kids!

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  3. Feeding.... YEP - I know that when I get fed, I feel MUCH better - lol... And um, I am a baby sometimes too! HAHAHHAHAHA!

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  4. My girls were easy, thankfully. They only cried when they were hungry, wet, or wanted to be held.

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    1. Yeah these are the relevant reasons for a new baby to cry
      Thank you

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  5. I had one baby who cried and cried. He had reflux. The other was allergic to milk! If they cry for hours on end, definitely let the pediatrician check them out!

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  6. Yup, routines are SO important! My son was a good baby. My daughter cried all the dang time. I thought I would lose my mind.

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    1. Yes ..routine is very important for new born.

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  7. I was helping out my sister for a week with my newborn nephew 2 months ago. I realised it wasn't easy. He cried a lot and he liked it whenever I hold him in my arms.

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    1. Many babies cry a lot and that become very tiring for the new moms. You are a good sister I must say.

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  8. I am glad I don't have a newborn anymore! Routines are super important.

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  9. Thanks for these tips. Now i gained nee knowledge for my future need.

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    1. Your welcome dear...This website is all about Motherhood. You can check many for future need.

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  10. Once we were able to get our Son into a routine things got a lot easier. I remember how tiring it is with a newborn. I would love to do it all over again.

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    1. Then definitely these points will be helpful for you. Thanks

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  11. You make some good points here. My son wasn't too temperamental as a newborn, but he was a tag bit clingy to me. I didn't mind it because I was breastfeeding him. It made sense.

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  12. It’s really difficult to calm new born babies. I really admire moms or mothers with their patience. Great tips! Will share this to my mom friends.

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    1. Thank you... Patience is the key to make your baby calm and sleep

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  13. I am not yet a mommy but I am sure i will be needing this in the future. For now, let me read it once again and have it inculcated in my mind.

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    1. I would say make a notes of it...And you can bookmark my website too for future references..
      Thank you

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  14. A routine can make all the difference. Sometimes they get upset when they have no idea what is going to happen. Bedtime routines are definitely important.

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    1. Yes...Well said....And I think that must be the best time for newborns. We should make that a play time for them.

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  15. I definitely learned a lot, I am not around newborns much! These are all really good things to know!

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    1. Thank you...You will find them very helpful in future

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  16. I used to calm my baby with breastfeeding her. Her dad played heavy metal for her too that work also.

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    1. I have also used the same with my daughter..Thank you

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  17. Thank you for these tips! I haven't had to experience motherhood but these will definitely come in handy when the time comes.

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    1. Definitely it will work for you...thank you

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  18. Such great tips, especially for new moms!

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  19. This is a good reminder. We will be having a newborn in less then a moth now... nervous and anxious once again hoping everything will go smoothly. Great post.

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    1. Wow...
      Many many congratulations
      I wish this will work for you

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