March 16, 2009

Learning To Interpret A Baby's Cries

Some parents look to Science to translate their babies' cries. This is a mistake.

The attentive parent will, with a little experience and practice, eventually be able to distinguish between his child's cries, and thus he can be confident that he knows how to soothe her.

Sometimes it might take a couple of weeks, as when your kid gets molars in ahead of schedule, and you only realize after the fact why she's been a whiny little mess.

But then, other times, such as when you catch her belly in the buckle on her high chair, you can know instantly.

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