How to Soothe a Fussy Baby - Podcast Ep 3 - Baby Chick

How to Soothe a Fussy Baby – Podcast Ep 3

In this podcast, two postpartum doulas with years of experience share their tips and tricks on how to soothe a fussy baby.

Published October 4, 2018

by Nina Spears

The Baby Chick®: Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum Expert
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Knowing what to do when your baby starts crying can be tough. You pick them up, change, feed, and rock them, but none of it works. What else do you do?!

As postpartum doulas, Nina and Mary Alice share their tricks on how to soothe a fussy baby. They tell stories about what has worked for hundreds of families and provide great information when you feel nothing is calming your little one. These tips (at least some of them) are sure to help!

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Nina is The Baby Chick® & Editor-in-Chief of Baby Chick®. She received her baby planning certification in early 2011 and began attending births that same year. Since then, Nina has… Read more

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