Thursday, January 18, 2018

Breastfeeding Diet Tips: 8 Foods That May Cause Colic

Some experts believe that a breastfeeding mother’s diet can be a primary factor in infant colic and crying. In some cases, there can be genuine allergies or particular foods that can cause havoc on an infant’s immature digestive system. If you are breastfeeding and suspect a particular food, you can try to eliminate it and […]

9 Baby Cry Remedies

In this interview, colic expert Julie Buck discusses 9 proven solutions for help your baby to stop crying. NOTE: Any type of baby cry remedy should always be used in consultation with your pediatrician or family doctor. Click on the play button below to hear Julie’s advice: baby cry remedies QUESTION: Do you ever recommend […]

Baby Colic? Avoid These 3 Mistakes

Baby colic occurs when an otherwise healthy baby cries inconsolably for extended periods of time without any apparent reason. There are, however, certain mistakes some parents make that can make the situation worse and the crying sessions longer or more intense. In this teleseminar, Julie Buck (a postpartum doula in Denver, CO) discusses three common […]

2 Fussy Baby Mistakes Parents Make

Caring for an extremely fussy baby can be difficult, and it’s not uncommon for parents to make some critical mistakes. In this audio segment, certified postpartum Doula Michelle Chrastil discusses¬†2 common mistakes parents make with fussy babies. Click on the play button below to listen now! Fussy Baby Mistakes QUESTION: In your experience, what are […]

The “Crying Baby Checklist”

When an infant is crying inconsolably for a long period of time, it can be useful for parents to conduct a short “crying baby checklist.” In this audio segment, childrearing expert Michelle Chrastil discusses 7 steps you can take to identify the source of distress in your baby. Click on the play button below to […]

Colic: How To Know If Your Baby Has It

Colic is typically associated with a¬†wide variety of symptoms in babies, including excessive spitting up, arching the back, crying while nursing, and inconsolable crying for long periods of time. However, the most accurate way to diagnose colic is the “rule of three.” In this audio segment, Michelle Chrastil, certified postpartum doula and colic expert, discusses […]

Baby Crying? Here Are 7 Ways To Stay Calm

Discover 7 simple ways to get your baby to calm down and stop crying, just by managing your own stress level.