We know how difficult it can be to deal with a colicky baby, but these mums have advice, tips, and experience, to help you through, whether you’re unsure about the symptoms of colic, or want to provide your baby some colic relief.
What are the symptoms of colic?
It can sometimes be difficult to know what to look out for when it comes to colic in babies, but these mums have been there, done that. From intense bouts of crying that seem like the definition of colic, to the flushed complexion and screwed up fists, these mums tell you, from their own experiences, just what to look out for.
What is the Period of PURPLE Crying?
Experts often refer to colic as your baby going through the ‘Period of PURPLE Crying’. They feel this helps people recognise that this is a stage that a lot of babies go through and that there isn’t anything seriously wrong with their baby. The Period of PURPLE Crying is thought to begin at about 2 weeks old and continues until your baby is about 3-4 months.
How can you provide relief from colic?
Colic can be stressful to watch your baby go through, watch these videos for some great tips to soothe your baby through their colic, with tried and tested advice to put your mind at ease, too.