Sometimes called the “witching hour,” late afternoon and early evening can be frustrating for parents and babies alike.
This part of the day is a common time for even the calmest of infants to suffer some fussiness, says Liz Drake, a CHOC Children’s clinical nurse specialist.
Fortunately, parents can take steps to help calm their crying baby.
In this video, Drake, who works in the neonatal intensive care unit at CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital, offers five tips to help parents soothe their baby.
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