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Shh, Shh, It's Okay: Coping With Crying in Babies and Toddlers

In this podcast, Dr. Pam High offers insight into one of the most distressing challenges experienced by many new parents—coping with their babies’ fussiness and crying.

Dr. High directs the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP) at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, and serves as Program Director for fellowship and residency training in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. In addition she is the Director of the Infant Behavior, Cry, and Sleep Program at Brown Medical School and Women & Infant's Hospital.


1.  Listen to this podcast

2.  Learn more about Dr. Pam High

Additional Resources:

Key Findings from ZERO TO THREE’s 2009 National Parent Survey

Colic and Crying

Coping With Colic

Your Baby’s Development:  Birth to 3 Months

Coping When Your Baby Has Reflux or GERD

Helping Families Understand and Manage Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux

When a Child Is Inconsolable: Stay Near

Frequently Asked Questions:

My 2-month-old cries hysterically when I dress and undress him. It makes me feel awful, but what can I do?

Since my 8-month-old was a tiny baby, I have had a regular bedtime routine: bath, quiet play, books, bed. But now, after we've read our story, my son starts fussing and crying as I carry him to his room.



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