Tag: Pacifier

Feeding a Fussy Baby: Causes, Challenges and Solutions

Feeding a Fussy Baby: Causes, Challenges and Solutions

[ 9 ] 9:42 pm |

One of the most challenging aspects of having a fussy baby is feeding. Parents of fussy or high need babies often report short, unpredictable and difficult feedings, regardless of whether the baby is breastfed or formula-fed. Common feeding issues for fussy babies include: Fussing or crying during or after a feeding Baby pulling away or […]

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Colic Relief: 17 Ways to Calm Colic

Colic Relief: 17 Ways to Calm Colic

[ 1 ] 4:36 pm |

Colic stinks. There’s not too much more I can say about that. When your baby has colic, you’re willing to try anything and everything to stop the crying and soothe your baby. Following are 17 soothing techniques you can use right now to provide colic relief.  The Colic Hold Place your baby face down along […]

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40 Fussy Baby Soothing Techniques: The Complete Guide

40 Fussy Baby Soothing Techniques: The Complete Guide

[ 5 ] 3:00 pm |

When your fussy baby won’t stop crying and you feel like you’re going to LOSE IT, it can be helpful to have a list of soothing techniques you can try. Most of us end up getting stuck using the same old techniques, again and again, regardless of whether they’re working or not. Following is a […]

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One-Stop Soothing Shop [Sponsored]

One-Stop Soothing Shop [Sponsored]

[ 0 ] 12:50 pm |

When my kids were babies, I had an idea for a business venture that I couldn’t believe hadn’t been thought of before: a drive-through grocery store. You know how you’re cooking dinner, your toddler’s running around in diapers, your baby’s screaming, and you suddenly realize you’re out of milk?  And now you have to load […]

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Sleep Tips for High Need Kids

Sleep Tips for High Need Kids

[ 11 ] 10:02 am |

By Rebecca Michi, Infant Sleep Consultant When we have a baby we know we’ll be tired, we’ll be getting up a few times a night to feed. But having a high need infant is very different. There can be hours and hours of not sleeping, followed by hours and hours of fussiness. Nothing you seem […]

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