Do You Have A Baby That Cries And Cries And Cries? - Here's Techniques To Help Soothe Your Colicky Baby



I have a colicky baby playlist on my iPod.

For me.

Some of the songs on it:
  • Gloria Gaynor's "I will survive"
  • Destiny Child's "I'm a survivor"
  • Whitney Houston's I'm every women"
  • Melissa Manchester's "Don't cry out loud"
In moments of distress, I grab the ipod and as I rush by my other kids, I yell out "Mom needs a time out."

I race down the stairs to the basement, lock myself in the laundry room, and play my music.

It helps.

One week, I must have done it so often that my eldest when answering the phone, told the person calling " My mom is in a time out."

It's our fault.

My husband and I.

We were too confident. Possibly even cocky.


High-fiving each other; thinking that because the other ones turned out so well, this one would be a cakewalk.

We used to joke about it. How good we were. That we should write a book.


We're not joking about it so much anymore.

The universe has conspired against us.

We now have a baby that cries and cries and cries.

After many sleepless nights (all of us) and tantrums (me!), I learned about a possible solution called the "The Happiest Baby On The Block."

Have you heard of it?

Head on over to our blog, learn at kiboomu daily, to find out more!

It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow
http://www.kiboomu.blogspot.com


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