How you can Stop a Gifted Baby From Fussing


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Many parents of gifted infants find that if they change their baby’s surroundings or view every so often, the baby stops crying and fussing. The baby just needed something new to look at. The next time your infant is crying and you can’t figure out.

Steps that you can take whenever you were dealing with a fussy baby: Mom, just take a step back. If your baby has been fussy all day and crying nonstop, the best thing to do is to step back and relax for a little bit. Place your baby in a safe place where he or she will be free of any dangers or any harm.

You can teach your child how to relax and then use this approach when fussing begins. You can start each morning or end each day with a brief relaxation session. Have your child sit or lie comfortably with eyes closed. Tell a story that he’s a quiet bunny.

Name body parts (feet, legs, tummy, etc.) and have your child wiggle it, and then relax it. Daddy discovered this “magic” trick for dealing with a fussy baby so Mommy could cook dinner. He lays her on his legs and GENTLY cradles her head in his hands. He is NOT squeezing her head or.

Place baby in your arms, stand with your feet slightly more than hip-width apart, and swivel back and forth at the hips. Your movement can be fairly vigorous as. Stroke the baby’s chest gently from the centre to outward and make small circles on the stomach and around the belly button. Roll the arms and legs of the baby between your hands.

Take turns for massaging each limb in a “milking” motion. Rub the palms and fingers of the baby. Carry baby in a sling, wrap, or other soft carrier. Give baby a back rub. Carry baby in the “colic hold” (lying across your forearm, tummy down, with your hand supporting his chest) Lay baby across your lap & gently rub his back while slowly lifting & lowering your heels.

Stop when an argument broke out. Talk to the children involved to find out the issue. Ask them how the verse we memorized applied to the situation.

Ask them what God would want them to do. Stay until the argument was stopped or ask the child who kept it going to leave the room until he could gain control of his spirit. 1. Whenever your child speaks in a whiny voice say with a smile (to convey you are not angry), “I’m sorry but your voice is whiny and my ears don’t work well when you whine. 4 Techniques to Stop Baby Crying Swaddling -swaddling is a must!

All babies enjoy being swaddled, it reminds them of being in the womb, but with fussy or colic babies it is an absolute must! A Tip is to use two receiving blankets instead of.

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Vibration, white noise, or swaddling may also help to decrease fussing in some infants.

“Maternity and Pediatric Nursing” by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
from Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

• Put her down in the cot, give her any comforter she is used to (teddy, muslin, etc.) and wind up her mobile or switch her white noise cue device on.

“The Blissful Baby Expert” by Lisa Clegg
from The Blissful Baby Expert
by Lisa Clegg
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Avoid offering snacks if baby’s bored (distract her with a toy), hurt (soothe him with a hug and a song), or has accomplished something that should be rewarded (try verbal praise and an enthusiastic round of applause).

“What To Expect The 1st Year [rev Edition]” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What To Expect The 1st Year [rev Edition]
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

For example, if an infant cries for prolonged periods, make sure that infant is clean and dry and is not uncomfortable, hungry, or ill; put the infant in a crib on his or her back and go out of the room.

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from All-In-One Care Planning Resource E-Book
by Pamela L. Swearingen
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Discuss ways they can minimize the mess (e.g., sheet or plastic tablecloth on the floor, small portions of food) and still allow the infant to explore, look at, touch, smell, and taste the new foods.

“Pediatric Primary Care E-Book” by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, Margaret A. Brady, Nancy Barber Starr, Catherine G. Blosser, Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks
from Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

• Keep a diary of baby’s fussing, crying, and sleeping; analyze to develop a clear daily routine and identify patterns that may be addressed by behavioral intervention (e.g., attunement, self-soothing).

“Pediatric Primary Care E-Book” by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, Margaret A. Brady, Nancy Barber Starr, Catherine G. Blosser, Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks
from Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

Review her sleep manners every night at bedtime, even if your child doesn’t seem interested, and review them again promptly the next morning.

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from Good Night, Sleep Tight Workbook: The Sleep Lady’s Gentle Step-by-step Guide for Tired Parents
by Kim West, Maura Rhodes
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Check off the things you really notice your baby doing, remembering that every baby doesn’t exhibit every item on the list, and that they might even be doing some you don’t notice!

“The Wonder Weeks: A Stress-Free Guide to Your Baby's Behavior (6th Edition)” by Xaviera Plas-Plooij, Frans X. Plooij, Hetty van de Rijt
from The Wonder Weeks: A Stress-Free Guide to Your Baby’s Behavior (6th Edition)
by Xaviera Plas-Plooij, Frans X. Plooij, Hetty van de Rijt
Countryman Press, 2019

• Continue to study interventions such as rooming-in, nesting, and early discharge as well as transporting a healthy premature infant to be with his mother.

“Klaus and Fanaroff's Care of the High-Risk Neonate E-Book” by Jonathan M Fanaroff, Avroy A. Fanaroff
from Klaus and Fanaroff’s Care of the High-Risk Neonate E-Book
by Jonathan M Fanaroff, Avroy A. Fanaroff
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Placing the baby prone over a covered hot water bottle, avoiding overstimulation, and using a pacifier, a swing, or a music box may be used to reduce symptoms of colic.

“Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam E-Book” by Mary O. Eyles
from Mosby’s Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam E-Book
by Mary O. Eyles
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

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  • this is difficult to interpret.

    People could have varied interpretations of the descriptions put under a type of cry

    For example “hysterical” cry

    My interpretation of that adjective could be different from yours

  • One thing I tried is when my baby does not want to eat something I leave he a bit hungry (when my heart allows me) so once they are a bit hungry I go back with same food and eats it when you are a bit hungry everything tastes good but sometimes I feel bad also sometimes it does not work but then for next time they might like the food just an idea ❤️ kids are sooo hard loool if only we knew I think many mums would not be mums even though they are miracles and we would go through it again ��

  • I have 10days nephew currently living with us for a while…i am watching this video for him.hope i could help him some with this video…

  • Saya nonton ini bisa ketawa karena reaksi wajah steve Harvey doang, selebihnya saya ketawa bukan saya ngerti apa yang dia bicarakan ����.. tolong sub indo nya ya..

  • feeling and words growth:
    sad crying
    happy laughing
    hungry crying
    angry crying
    bored crying
    sleepy crying/tired
    scare crying
    shy crying
    disgusted crying
    say “eh” or “waaaah”
    disgusted (say “yucky”)
    say all words
    sad (crying)
    bored (sleepy)
    scare (shy)
    disgusted (say “yucky”)
    say all words

  • I don’t think any of this is funny or cute. Y’all going to regret it. Mark my words. Back in 1970 my nephew had a friend w an attitude. He ended up killing him. Not cute at all. Stop your kids now. Don’t laugh when they get attitudes. Don’t laugh when they disrespectful. Don’t laugh when they speak back.

  • I have raised three children and have 5 grandchildren…. The closed fist is not a clue to being hungry. All babies have one fist closed at all times. Makes no difference right or left. The only exception is deep sleep, but they may still hold the fist position…

  • I want a baby so bad. But I dont want my baby to grow up fatherless because I don’t want to be in a relationship. I just want a baby with someone.

  • my baby sister always rubs her eyes when she’s bothered and most of the time isn’t bc she’s sleepy she’s been doing that since she was like 4 months old now she’s almost 8.

  • Dont moms know the cries without watching videos? I can usually tell cries from babies idk. It’s also how you behaved during your pregnancy.

  • Wish y’all included actual recording of the different baby sounds, not the “cartoony” kinda sounds. This is interesting still, and I already figured some of my newborn’s crys and movements just by being with him 24/7. Such a crazy experience lol


  • It dah vibrations isn’t it!?!?!? Or maybe the low bellow pitch!??? I don’t known I’m stupid!!! This was awesome and adorable though!!!✨������ awesomeness!!!

  • Hello their folks, It is April 03 2020,my Mom does not know bout this YouTube video stuff, I showed mom this video, and mom said, I am sure glad that Steve Harvey is having a great conversation with her. Mom said that she would be so lost with this little girls answer. ��

  • these golden kids I call them come in various forms & express their talents in various ways. Most parents don’t know what to do with these kids usually. jacks parents were organically smart enough to deal with their kids in a very practical yet eclectic way. we see the results of this type of approach obviously in this family.

    what really concerns me is how to help parents who aren’t like Jacks parents, who don’t have the resources they have nor the life style that is conducive to really allowing their golden kids to fly.

    i have come to realise i was one of these kids, and though my mom was an excellent mother, neither her nor my family actually paid attention to how smart i really was. they didn’t catch on to the fact that i got good grades but did not study. i did all my homework before i left school while i was in class, etc. etc. 

    i should have been pushed to explore more then i already was doing and also pushed to develop a more focused mindset instead of taking so much for granted.

    I know chess can really help these kids, but they need more then that. they need a vehicle by which they can excel even if they don;t have the best home life or circumstances.

    these kids can and will save us if given the opportunity. We need them in our world living a full and productive life with the help that they deserve and we deserve to give them. Of course this truth will be counterproductive to the 1%, but F.. em if they can’t take a joke.: ) 

  • Never seen such an intelligence�� OMG check the link below

    Someone show recommend this kid to Steve

    Super super super intelligent

  • Great video I am from a child care background and have often experienced different cries. It is great to see someone out there sharing what they mean to new parents. Thank you for a great video.

  • I love her chats! As you know my second has speech delay but it’s just gorgeous to hear her chatter away and shows how everyone develops in their own way ���� They are going to be so close for life ������

  • I love this clip, every time I see it. That little girl has got a very strong sense of propiety. For certain sure. I respect that, shes a force to be reckoned with.

  • this happens because in the womb it is quiet loud due to the sound of the moms blood circulating (you can hear what it sounds like by cupping your ear), the omm noise replicates the white noise the baby heard in the womb and calms it

  • انا اتكلام عشرة وحدة لغت 我说十一语 i can speak eleven languages Je me parle once langue я зеию одиисть языков Yo puedo a hablar once lenguas Ek kan praat elfde taale Ndiyankhulo chiyankhulo chikumi chimodzi Ndiakhukuma olwimi olushimi olunye Ndiyakhuluma olwimi olushimi olunye Eu falo once lenguas i written 9 books and won teh state of Nj in geography got my masters in international human rights laqw at university of new south wales in Australia and work at teh ICC 

  • She’s being raised like an ignorant kid and this will develop in her personality when she grows up. Why to reward, entertain and market such behavior. I’m not buying that sorry.

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  • Nice feel good story however he did not submit this “paper” for peer review scrutiny, also the false hope to cancer patients. Honestly something does not sit right the kid seems more like a self promoter than a scientist. His claims are highly exaggerated and not yet proven.

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  • The little girl is so cute! I love children and I too have a 4 year old daughter. She inspired me to create a YouTube channel for kids learning.

  • Harry went fussier when he turned two and it’s a pain. Harry doesn’t like the fishcakes,or pizza. He loves pasta dishes and paella. The only meat he will eat is minted lamb burger. I could go on ysis ����. I wish now I had done baby led weaning,but I was terrified of him choking and that made me so anxious. Don’t get me wrong he eats a lot of what he likes,just started eating raw carrot but won’t touch cucumber or tomato. Aldi have got lots of nice home bits at the moment. Xx

  • He is saying “OM”….. it’s not just a word it’s meaning of life according to us Hindus…… Not even baby it can calm whole world, mind and can give deep peace to your impure soul…….try it…. specially at 3:00 am… really works, believe me…!!

  • She’s a little girl who doesn’t get it. And that’s to be expected. Sometimes grandpa’s replace a childs biological father by becoming s full time parent because the father of the child doesn’t want anything to do with his children or maybe dead or in prison. So she’ll learn. But she is cute and funny tho.

  • I was labelled gifted, as I was able to understand gcse level maths at the age of 6. I recieved an A on a gcse paper at 8. I gave up in college as I found maths boring. I regret it now

  • I feel as though she had a clear and concrete logic for not saying “happy fathers day” and they made her fit into a box. It’s like telling a child not to color outside of the lines.

  • I have a 4 month old baby and she cries a lot for her food and she cries cause she is teething as well I don’t know what to do all the time when she cries or winges

  • Have you read ‘French Kids Don’t Throw Food’? It’s a good book, three year old French kids eat three to four course meals with knives and forks in schools. Brits can learn a lot from the French and Italians to combat fussy eating.

  • Such a sweet baby girl! Is Bella as good as speaking portuguese? We are also raising a bilingual baby and one of the things we keep hearing is that our lill one will speak much later than usual because of that.

  • I totally hear you funny enough my little fussy eater is also called James & he is 18 months, I’am always looking for new ideas on what to feed him, This week he had quiche for the first time & he loved it, I make fish pie & he loves that, Fish cakes go down well

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  • Do You know a fact? He saidOm. It’s and indian word that we Indians say to calm ourselves and complete surroundings around us. It is a symbol of peace and most important part of meditation.

  • Hi Ysis….how are you? I’m sure your family is enjoying the summer aren’t you? Hehe. we can’t wait celebrate 100k……..will be a big party for you.however I think you buy health food for your todlles…you’re a good mum…as always I admire you……..xxxx

  • Her own face the moment she came to her senses just after saying: “if my mum would have married him” was like:( oops i said what i shouldn’t have ever said.

  • I think because of bad breath you have baby fainted ��that was a joke I tell you baby’s are normally get quite when they listen to strange and louder voices or noise then their own. onece I picked up a man with a baby from airport after long fight baby was very uncomfortable and he was crying constantly halfway the man tried everything he knew it didn’t worked so suddenly I put on loud music and baby stopped crying and fallen a sleep after short time �� his dad was so happy till end of the trip. By the way I’m a cab �� driver ��

  • Awwww all kids are different. My son is 2and half year old and his vocab is pretty much zilch.. he says the odd words and stuff but cant mke up a sentence yt.. and i do agree it helps if your very interactive with the child or they have a sibling that they learn frm then thats even better! I love watching bella shes to funny ��

  • Love watching your grocery hauls. I think you should record a week of dinners so we can see what you and the kids eat as a meal rather than just in the haul. ��

  • My daughter is the same she’s 3 but started talking about 1 and has never stopped talks clear and I’ve very cheeky knows what she wants and can be stubborn but I can always get around her only with bribes or surprise as she calls them but her surprise could be anything even a biscuit but she always wants a surprise

  • Omg! This sounds pretty much like my daughter! I can recommend you reading the book “Raising your spirited child” by Mary Kurcinka. It will not change your child, but you will understand her better. Send you hugs!