As you well know, babies cry. Some of them cry quite a bit. Infants and toddlers only have a few ways to communicate with us. When they are pleased, they smile, giggle and laugh. When they are upset, hungry, uncomfortable, irritated, bored, frustrated or tired, they cry.
Crying is also your child’s way of protesting change, and it is likely that changing some of their sleep habits will result in a bit of protest. We are on the journey to help your little one learn self-soothing strategies.
Before you panic, please know that I would never advise you to leave your baby crying in her crib alone if that’s not something you’re comfortable doing. Our methods are gentle and there are a few different solutions we offer. I’m confident we will find one that works for you and your family.