Babies cry is their first form of language, the communication tool they have. Let’s see in detail in this article
Starting from the first months of gestation, therefore also in the belly, the baby begins to hear the voice of the mother and the first thing he will want to do, as soon as he comes into the world, will be to answer. In this way he will imitate the sound of his mother with the instrument he will be able to use: the voice.
The reasons | Children’s crying: 3 books that tell us about it
All babies cry for a reason, and although it may seem complicated to tell them apart, each cry is different from the other. Change the intonation, intensity and expression. The main reasons are many:
1. Fame: the first thing you think about.
2. Pain or colic: the crying is more prolonged.
3. Digestion: babies ingest air while eating and if it is not expelled it can cause discomfort.
4. Sleep: when the child is tired, contrary to popular belief, it is more difficult to make him fall asleep.
5. Dirty diaper: it’s not difficult to understand, you have to check.
6. Cold or hot: the general rule is to dress it with one more layer than ours.
Do not ignore | Children’s crying: 3 books that tell us about it
Regardless of the reasons, it is important to learn to understand the child and only by living it will you succeed. The key thing, though, is non ignore.
The communicative meaning of the child is fundamental and denying the right attention is equivalent to undermining his own Balance psychic and his empathy. A child who is not listened to in his cry, or his call for help, will not listen to the cry of others.
Many times we hear people say “Let him cry so he grows up!” but is not so. It does not learn autonomy in this way but despair and resignation.
Why are you crying? Understanding the baby’s crying to better provide by Nessia Laniado:
It offers ideas for intervention in an effective way, teaching how to study the various types of crying.
So calm my baby. Balanced responses to the baby’s cry by Christine Rankl:
Psychotherapist and author explains and helps parents through strategies implemented according to the context.
Your baby and crying. An authoritative guide to deciphering your child’s crying di T. Berry Brazelton e Joshua D. Sparrow:
Guide written by a pediatrician, Brazelton, and a psychiatrist, Sarroch. Cope with various circumstances by helping to communicate with your puppy from the first weeks.
What can be concluded? Never ignore the cry of our baby but learn to know and understand him because it is the only way to be able to say something.
That’s it for now, see you next time!