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Glycer



Joined: 25 Sep 2016
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State or Province: North Carolina

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:04 am    Post subject: dealing with colic Reply with quote

I just gave birth last week to my girl who cries a lot. I sorta blame myself because I was crying a lot during pregnancy. People were telling me to be cheerful as my emotional state may affect the baby. I use to ignore it but now, I think I've transferred too much stress hormones to her instead of happy hormones. However, I read from this article that colic can go away after four months but I feel like a week is too long already, especially that I am alone and just on maternity leave. I heard that baby swings like one of these can help? She seems to calm down when being swayed but I need to do house chores (and eat!) and she just can't be on my arms round the clock.
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