Does my baby just need to cry sometimes?
Taking care of an infant is a constant work in progress. It can be the most rewarding experience of your life and also the biggest challenge. Babies need support more than a full time night and day service. Some babies can have a hard time finding their own rhythm until they are well into their toddler years. With that said, do you know when to calm a baby and when to let him settle down on his own?
Why is Your Baby Fussing So Much?
Before you jump to conclusions and become very emotional, thinking you have a stressed out baby, look at all of the signs first.
If your baby is only upset during the evenings, then you may have a problem sleeper on your hands. Some infants are just not happy at night.
They can be afraid of the dark, suffer from hunger or loneliness and even just cry as they want your companionship. Try to detect what type of cry your baby is providing at night and determine the reasoning afterward.