Tears Before Bedtime…and After Too!

The first few months with your new baby are a learning curve – even if the baby is not your first. It takes time to tune in to the newest member of your family, and learning your baby’s cries will be part of this process.

Quick Facts:

  • Your baby will cry. It is his/her main language for communicating the baby needs at first.
  • It is never spoiling to attend to your baby’s needs.
  • All parents need a break from excessive crying, or it can become unbearable.

Some babies find it hard to settle into a routine, while others cannot get to sleep very easily. It takes the average baby about 12 weeks for brainwave patterns to develop a regular routine.