Without words, babies have few ways to let you know what they need or like. Learn why your baby is crying and what you can do to soothe her.
Is 4 p.m. the absolute worst time of day for your baby? Find out why he's so fussy -- and what you can do to help calm him down.
Expert advice on how you can change your baby's clothes without making him cry.
Expert advice for one mom who not only has to calm her crying infant, but also her husband who can't tolerate the crying.
Looking for answers to baby's cries? Here's how to understand the tears.
Soothe your newborn with these five techniques.
Harvey Karp, M.D. explains how to turn a crying cutie into a sleeping beauty.
Help your infant chill out in situations that send her nerves into overdrive.
The frazzled parents' guide to dealing with colic.
The simple hold maneuver shown in this video may be the secret to calming a crying baby.
When your baby won't stop fussing, here's what to do so both of you can relax.
Listening to your baby cry it out can be heartbreaking. Here are some tips to make sleep training easier on both you and your baby.
Yes, even the most well-intentioned moms can get into a rut, or develop bad habits, when they rush to calm an upset child. Here are smart ways to comfort your baby, plus soothing tactics to avoid.
All new moms anxiously await their babies' first words, but what if babies could text? Hint: It involves a lot of smiling poop emojis.
Babies can fuss as much as two to three hours in a 24-hour period, and living with the wailing isn't easy. Try these strategies to calm both of you.
Sometimes trying to figure out why your little one is crying can make you, well, cry. To help, here are each and every one of your baby's cries, decoded.
If your baby is fussy, one of these 23 tricks can help calm the tears. Try swaddling, rocking, and wearing your baby.
It's your infant's natural way to communicate, but you can lessen unnecessary tears.
Take these steps to reduce your baby's colic.
Got a colicky baby? Here's what you need to know about colic, from its start around 3 weeks after birth to peak crying time around 6 weeks.
When the neighbors can hear your baby's colicky cries through their condo walls, is it time to say something?
Soothe and please your baby with these simple tips on infant massage.
The Motherboard is all about shared wisdom. Here veteran moms (and one dad doc) share their secrets for making life with baby a little calmer-- for both of you.