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Do you end up in tears because your baby won’t stop crying?

Wish you understood what your baby is trying to tell you?

Want to comfort your baby but don’t know how?

The perfect companion book to ‘Sleeping Like a Baby’ (we recommend you buy both books), ‘100 Ways to Calm the Crying’ explains why babies cry, from normal developmental changes to more painful conditions such as colic and reflux.

Along the way, Pinky offers practical tips how to: Calm and connect with your baby Cope with crying and sleepless nights Identify symptoms that may require professional help. Just like parents and families, each baby is unique.

Whether you are desperate to solve your baby’s crying puzzle, or whether you just want some quick tips to soothe the inevitable crying that is an everyday part of infancy, 100 Ways to Calm the Crying is an essential, one-stop reference.

Its easy-to-use format makes it possible to skim over information, and choose what is relevant to the immediate situation. Each chapter deals with an aspect of crying and tips to calm the crying:

  • little night howls
  • hunger
  • tummy pains
  • nappy rash
  • breastfeeding
  • walking the floor
  • soothing sounds
  • over-stimulation
  • creating diversions
  • baby massage
  • lactose intolerance
  • food allergies/intolerances
  • reflux/colic
  • from womb to room
  • coping (and not coping)

This book is a reflection of Pinky McKay’s ‘hands on’ work with parents and babies as an Internationally Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and Certified Infant Massage Instructor. Sections are introduced with facts and the latest research, interspersed with real stories from parents. Above all, Pinky McKay inspires parents with confidence – follow Pinky’s gentle strategies and develop a closer, tear -free relationship with your baby.

Weight 0.5000 kg