Translate baby’s cry

Translate baby’s cry

Conceived in October, the baby came to a wonderful and strange world with a cry.

However, the most headache for novice parents is that in the next year, whether the baby is crying, sobbing, crying, or crying, it will catch them off guard, and also test the patience and wisdom of parents.
  Parents are not afraid that the baby is crying. A qualified caregiver should know the baby’s cry and be able to “translate” the meaning of the baby’s cry.

Crying is the way babies communicate with the outside world, just like our oral communication.

This is the only way he or she can express.

When your baby is crying, carefully observe his or her crying, slowly get familiar with the information revealed in his or her crying, and give the correct answer. This is the most important step to achieve a good mother-child attachment relationship.

  I love crying, but you have to pay attention, my crying is different from your adults.

A week after I was born, I cried loudly until 3?
Only in 4 weeks will I really shed tears.

In the first two months, I will cry more and more.

Even if I am healthy, I have to cry for hours, because when I am hungry, wet, tired, overly excited, lonely, and have a stomachache or discomfort, I cry, even do nothing, I alsoLike crying and playing, you can’t control it.

When I grow up to 3 months (or even earlier), you may be able to translate my cry and meet my different needs.

Do you understand me?

  The baby’s early cry is the expression of his or her consciousness, expectation, and language. At the same time, the baby’s crying behavior is also the basis for self-language training and development.

Just born 2?
At 6 weeks, the crying performance is the most obvious and the reason is the simplest. It is the best time for parents to observe the baby’s needs.

  The baby’s cry simply distinguishes normal cry: the cry is crisp, gentle, accompanied by twisting of the whole body, kicking with two pedals, looking normal, and responding well.

  Newborns usually cry when they have high blood pressure, thirst, before or after defecation, or in the dark.

  When care is not appropriate.

Babies also cry, which is an important reason why babies cry.

Such as overheating, oversatisfaction, tight clothing, foreign objects in your clothes, or when you are startled by a sudden loud sound, it will cause crying.

This is all normal crying.

  Babies with abnormal crying: often crying is relatively low, accompanied by poor feeding, sometimes vomiting, poor response.

If you have a short, weak cry, accompanied by sweating and a pale complexion, you should be alert to the symptoms of heart failure.

  Infected babies: often do not cry or make noises, feel weak, and suck poorly.

  Babies with neurological disorders: may experience agitation, agitation, and sudden loud screams, sometimes accompanied by convulsions.

  Parents should respond to: (1) cry after defecation: diapers are wet or have stools, please change dry diapers in time.

  (2) Crying during feeding: Avoid the nipple repeatedly and cry while eating.

It should be too late.

  (3) Crying when obese: Occurs before feeding, with loud, short, regular, and often accompanied by sucking movements.

Breastfeeding should be done promptly.

  (4) Crying to sleep: Give the baby crying at this time a quiet environment and dimming the lights.

  (5) Crying caused by light clothing: hot, cold or too tight clothes, etc., may cause your baby to cry.

Appropriately increase or decrease clothes, bedding or relax the baby.

  (6) Crying with high demand: Give more cuddling and touching to such a baby, and talk more with him, you can also sing children’s songs.

  (7) Cry caused by illness: cold, stuffy nose, fever, diarrhea, etc.

All cause the newborn to cry.

High-pitched crying, blood pressure.
Should go to the hospital for treatment in time.

  When the early baby’s physiological requirements are met, such as breastfeeding, bathing, sleeping or touching, the baby will show adaptability to social interactions (such as the establishment of a relationship) and a good response.
Young caregivers, let your children grow up healthy with good care!