My Baby Cries Every Time I Put Her down?

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Babies spend 9 months in their mother's wombs, and then when they are born they are expected to be comfortable being laid down. It takes time for babies to adjust to life outside the womb so they may cry when they are put down, not being held. Crying is a babies only way of communicating, so they cry for many reasons. They cry when they are hungry or their diaper is dirty. They will also cry when they have a belly ache, or they are tired.
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