BABY SLEEP MIRACLE | Pink Noise Calms Crying Baby, ColicПросмотров: 6 343 515
3 hours of white noise for infants, fall asleep, fast calming, study, relax, zen, focus, increase concentration, white noise for homework & school, reduce stress, calm your mind. ABC "Phonics" song. This animated phonics song will help children learn the sounds of the letters in the English alphabets. This colorful phonics song also teaches two words per alphabet letter. Facebook - Twitter - Google+ - = Video: Copyright 2017 ChuChu TV® Studios Music and Lyrics: Copyright 2017 ChuChu TV® Studios ChuChu TV ®, Cutians ®, all the characters and logos used are the registered trademarks of ChuChu TV Studios =.
Watch more New Parents Survival Kit videos: There's nothing more heart-wrenching—and, let's face it, sometimes nerve-wracking—than a wailing infant. Here are a few ways to soothe your sweet little crybaby. Warning No matter how frustrated you get, NEVER, EVER shake a crying baby-just a few seconds of jostling can cause serious brain damage. If you can't take anymore, put baby down in a safe place, leave the room, and let her scream while you calm yourself down. Step 1: Try to find reason Check all the obvious reasons the baby might be crying. In babies under 3 months old, crying is almost always a sign of physical need-she may be hungry or gassy or wet or hot or just plain uncomfortable. So offer a breast or bottle, burp her, check her diaper, make sure her clothes aren't pinching, and so on. Step 2: Offer pacifier or thumb Offer the baby a pacifier, help her find her thumb, or slip your own clean pinkie into her mouth, nail side down. Step 3: Make soothing noises Make some soothing noises. Sing, hum, or gently shush her. Some babies may also be calmed by the sound of a running faucet, a radio set on static, a recording of nature sounds or white noise-even the steady hum of the vacuum cleaner. Step 4: Try movement Try movement. Take her outside for a walk or a car ride, gently dance with her in your arms or a sling, rock her side-to-side, or just walk around the room. Tip If you just can't make another lap around the room, try sitting on an exercise ball and gently bouncing while holding your baby. Step 5: Try massage or bath Try massaging her or putting her in a warm, soothing bath. Tip For babies who become invigorated by a massage or bath, it's best not to use these methods to try to soothe them while crying. Step 6: Change scenery Change the scenery. Give her something new to look at, by turning on the ceiling fan or showing her a toy. And remember to stay calm and patient-after all, she can't cry forever. Did You Know? The average newborn cries 2 hours per day-an infant who cries inconsolably at least 3 hours a day for at least 3 days a week probably has colic and will outgrow it by 3 months.