There are 3 basic rules to look for to identify a colic baby: cries at least 3 hours a day, crying occurs at least 3 times a week and it continues for at least 3 weeks in a row. Colic crying is usually defined to be more intense, louder, and higher-pitched than regular crying; sometimes it may even sound like screaming. The crying generally happens around the same time every day. The symptoms start to occur around 2 or 3 weeks of age, peaking around week 6, then usually begin to settle down around 10th to 12th weeks.
Cluster feeding, also known as bunch feeding or nursing marathons, is a common feeding pattern among newborns and young infants. This phenomenon can be exhausting and challenging for parents, but it's a normal phase in a baby's development. Understanding cluster...Continue reading