We all suffer when it comes to colic.
I’m sure a lot of parents have experienced it, know someone who has experienced it or is about to experience it for themselves. The moment your child is born there’s a good chance you probably couldn’t stop staring at how beautiful your bundle of joy looked but yet the moment you come home from the hospital and you deal with your first all nighter of non-stop crying, there’s a chance that you probably thought to yourself… “What did I get myself into?!?!”
Not every child suffers from colic (which is defined as severe, often fluctuating pain in the abdomen caused by intestinal gas or obstruction in the intestines and suffered especially by babies), but the nights you do spend trying to soothe your crying baby are ones that you definitely won’t forget. Luckily, we’ve got some trusted and tested methods to help stop the tears.
Here are seven different ways you can help your baby stop crying if he or she is suffering from colic.