The first obvious thought is hunger and that’s the first thing we try to strike out from the list of things that can be upsetting them. Babies do tend to get hungry pretty frequently especially when they are exclusively breast-fed and hence it is one of most common reasons for night-time crying. But there are several other things that can also be the cause of the wailing.
A very common cause of crying can be a wet diaper. To establish good night-time sleep habits, it’s is important to ensure that the number of awakenings on account of wetness are reduced through the night. The first three months are especially important for this.
It’s a good idea to choose a diapering solution which provides maximum dryness and is able to absorb the maximum number of pees so that the requirement of diaper changes in the middle of the night is brought down to a minimum….To Read More