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If nothing seems to calm your crying infant, it is okay to leave the baby in a safe place, like a crib or infant seat and take a few moments to calm yourself down. Leave the room. Shut the door. Take a few deep breaths.
Calm your frustration before returning to care for the baby:
No matter what, never shake a baby.
In this moment when your baby is crying, when you have tried everything, when you want to scream, somewhere inside is the reason you are here. In this moment, what will you do?
All babies cry, but some cry more than others. Fussy Baby Network Colorado is a program for parents who have concerns about their baby's fussiness during the first year of life. The Fussy Baby team is available to talk by phone via our "Warmline" to listen and to provide support and resources.
Call the Fussy Baby Network at 877-6-CRYCARE (1-877-627-9227)