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Why is my baby crying all night and a perfect baby in the morning? He is a week old and healthy and gets food and .....on time.

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That's what they do until they reach 3 months old

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Babies are people, so they have as different characters as adults. Some babies will cry at night because they are hungry, wet, cold or just isn't used to the new surroundings. Talk to a pediatrician about this for professional medical advice.

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ummm i dont have a baby but i am a baby sitter mabey you should put him to play or movements and then he'll be tired at night (if you dont already do that

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he's a week old they don't do much playing :)
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i hope u wernt trinna be smart im trinna help you out.......
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was he active at night when he was in your belly?

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No he was not. My mom thinks he being held too much during the day and I think that is not why he is crying at night.
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your mom may be right. they get use to that
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He's only a week old. It's a mystery why he does what he does. It's kind of funny though....how does he know when it's morning? Maybe he misses the sun?

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I have 2 toddlers. I seem to come across the same issues. It's because there in a huge world am don't know how to react yet. They were just in your womb nice and warm not loud and no one touching them, now they feel scared that there outside the womb with all that to take in. It's scary being a infant. Good luck and god bless

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If he sleeps most of the day, then it will just take some time to get his days and nights straightened out. He may be too cool or too warm... Try swaddling him tightly in a light blanket, this will simulate the confined space of the womb, and may be more comforting to him. They're all different, tho, so try to sleep when he is sleeping, so you don't get all worn out and lose patience. Good luck, mom!

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