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Mom!! I can cry for anything and everything

Did my kid cry first three months for feeds?
Yes! My kid did cry for the first three months.
Small babies, infants cry for many reasons.
The only thing which makes your journey easier and less tiring is breastfeeding.
Your baby will cry for various reasons-
1. if he/she is hungry
2. overtired
3. over stimulated
4. Just needs to be held
5. Needs a little of your warmth, care
6. Colic 
And many more reasons the babies cry.
The earth is a new place for them, the only thing which is known to them is your voice.
Staying in a cushion for 9 months and coming out of it is very exhausting.
In a dark place with a vacuum sound, the sound rhythm of your heartbeats is all they have heard.
This is the reason when you pick up your baby and keep it close to your heart they calm down immediately. This gesture soothes them.
One passing of urine/ potty, empty their stomach. This is what my mom told me.
And, they are hungry again.
The feed demand is again started.
The kid just needs warmth, he will keep feeding for the whole night if he pleases.
My kid was colic so, he used to be stuck to feeding the whole night.
The first three months are very important to set your milk flow.
Please don't restrict the feed time, give them the required feed when and where required.
Trust me they are not being adamant or smart, they just require is your warmth.
Weaning will be easy don't worry.
Just go with the flow, take small steps and you will not know when your kid is grown up.


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