Your baby`s needs for the first four months of her life are very simple - milk and plenty of sleep. Crying is her only way of getting your attention, so don`t get too upset. Did you know that, on an average, babies cry for two-and-a-quarter-hours each day? Some cry in bouts and others spread out the day`s dole of tears. So first YOU stop crying when your baby is in tears.
She might be crying because of a variety of reasons:
b) Illness or discomfort
c) A wet bed
e) A sharp object hurting her somewhere
Think about it, find out what might be the reason and deal with it. But if your baby is crying for a very long time, call your paediatrician immediately.
Things will get a lot simpler once your baby gradually settles down to more regular patterns of eating and sleeping and you begin to distinguish between the cries that mean hunger, pain, frustration and so on.