Breast-feeding: Top Tips From the Baby Whisperer

by admin on February 2, 2012

Breast-feeding: Top Suggestions From the Baby Whisperer

Breast-feeding: Top Tips From the Baby Whisperer

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Todd January 18, 2009 at 3:42 am

I heard to leave them for 10 – 15 min and if still crying then go to them.

I’d try it while they are young, because if you don’t try to let them go back to sleep themselves, they’ll get used to you and will always need you to fall back to sleep – and trust me it becomes a major pain later.

Cheyenne B January 21, 2009 at 6:10 am

take her to the doctors, there might be something wrong

Linda R January 21, 2009 at 6:00 pm

Are you sure she’s not teething……… if so, apply some Orajel on her gums, baby aspirin and a frozen teething ring.
As long as the baby has a clean diaper and a full tummy ….let her cry.
Crying isn’t going to hurt her at all and she will stop once she realizes no one is going to pick her up.

M T January 24, 2009 at 11:28 am

With both our kids we respond right away to the crying. They’ve grown up happy and well-adjusted so far. I think it’s silly to let a baby cry and cry, unless they are testing you. There are times that the baby is just testing to see how fast you can get there. This is usually past age 1 and they just cry to see how fast mommy or daddy can respond, in those cases the most I’ve waited is 5-10 minutes. But as a normal rule we don’t let our babies cry it out.

Danismum January 27, 2009 at 11:25 am

i’m with you and i don’t think my girls have any problems because of it. awwww poor little babies. breaks my heart the thoughts of one out there some where crying.

ѕᴏᴘҥіᴇ'ѕ ᴍᴜᴍ ♥ᴮᵘᵑ.ᴵᵑ.ᴼᵛᵉᵑ♥ January 30, 2009 at 6:37 am

I can handle from the moment she starts, till the time it takes me to go to her straight away – so about 5sec.

I dont believe in CIO either.

dizzylizzy January 31, 2009 at 9:03 am

I’m the same as you. I Don’t like to let my baby cry, never did and I have 4 kids. It gets easier as the baby gets older though. My advice is to follow your heart. I always did, and my children are healthy, happy and far from being spoiled.

Alexi February 3, 2009 at 5:56 pm

i can take over half an hour easy

but then again i dont have a baby so it isnt a problem


My 1st Baby Boy 05/12/09 February 3, 2009 at 7:33 pm

Honestly it depends on the age of the baby and the type of cry. When the baby is a newborn your suppose to respond to them when they cry because thats the only way they know how to tell you somethings wrong. As they get older you dont have to jump on every cry. As a mommy you know what cry is what and you can let them cry it out if you have to.

momoftwins February 6, 2009 at 5:38 am

It depends on what I’m doing and why she or he is crying. If they hurt themselves, I pick them and comfort them right away. If they are hungry and fussy, I let them cry as long as it takes to get their food or milk ready.

If they are teething and irritable, I let them cry or whine for maybe five minutes or so. they won’t learn to deal with things if they know you will be right there to take care of it. Unless it’s a newborn.

Elyse is 1!! ♥ February 6, 2009 at 12:08 pm

I can’t stand one second of it. She is 12 months old and we still respond ASAP to her crying or whining.

dardar February 8, 2009 at 3:32 pm

Not long, but as long as she is not hysterical, a few minutes of crying will not hurt her. By the time you have #2, you will be all toughened up.

Malloots *Caidens Mum* February 10, 2009 at 4:18 am

My son is 4 months and I can listen to it for all of 5 seconds! I cant bear to think that all he wants is for me to cuddle him and I’m not!

Just Me February 11, 2009 at 1:27 pm

I can’t take much. Unless his crying “ramps up” and gets hysterical i will count “15 Mississippi’s” before i will go to him and comfort him.

I do agree once baby is older they can be left to cry it out, but for me it is not long. My son still needs to know i’m there for him. I’m not judging others, but i just can’t wait out ten or fifteen minutes while my son cries. It would drive me mad!!

Piper's Mommy February 14, 2009 at 9:21 pm

If my daughter’s whining I leave her be for a while. If it’s an actual cry I pick her up immediately! I don’t care what people tell me to do in this aspect. I’m not letting my little girl cry alone! I’m going to attend to her and try my best to fix the problem and make her feel comforted! She’s never cried alone unless it was just for 30 seconds so I could run to the bathroom or something.

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