By Dr. Stephanie Bonn
So many parents, including myself, have experienced the inconsolable cries of their newborn baby. Almost overnight, their angel baby can no longer be calmed even though her diaper
Our firstborn, Adrian, was born after a long, hard labor. Latching was a difficult process that took over a month to develop; I used a shield to help him to latch for feeding time for a month.
The Fussy Baby Site recently conducted an online survey to find out what parents of fussy or colicky babies really go through on a day to day basis. Having had an extremely fussy baby myself, even I was
My 4 week old baby seems to have a hard time feeding. He often cries during feeding (both breast and bottle). He gets very squirmy, arches his back, and screams. He also tends to spit up quite a lot after
One of the most common discussions in my pediatric practice is what to do when your infant is fussy. Most healthy babies will reach their peak fussiness between 4 and 6 weeks of age. Because I have a large
Recent research by Dr. Ronald Barr indicates that increased crying in the first 5 months of life is much more likely to signal a developmental stage, rather than a physical problem. The study indicates
An issue that often isn’t discussed in parenting books is the impact of colic or fussiness on your other children. If this is your first baby, it is hard enough living day in and day out with the fussiness