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    Default "Christmas colic" - overstimulated babies

    Happy Christmas everyone!

    I found this interesting article and thought I'd share.

    If your little baby, like mine, was a bit hard to settle tonight after a big day of seeing relatives and friends, this might be why.

    http://www.babydoc.com.au/christmas-colic/

    Made it a bit easier to understand what was going on for him!

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    Read this one as well. It really helped me with my newborn a few months ago:
    http://www.babydoc.com.au/faq/colic-...baby-to-sleep/

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    Thanks Debsch! That's a good article, and i think boring baby to sleep is good advice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by debsch View Post
    Read this one as well. It really helped me with my newborn a few months ago:
    http://www.babydoc.com.au/faq/colic-...baby-to-sleep/
    Wow! Wish I had read that with my first baby, kind of had it figured out with no.2 and 3 and never let them get overstimulated. My 3 month old totally does that self soothe look away thing as he describes. I didn't get the Christmas colic, my baby seems to be sleeping better than ever, even though we're not at home and have had heaps of noisy people here and have had a couple of late nights out messing up his routine. Go figure!


 

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