Overwhelmed? Unique Website Offers Hope for Parents Struggling with Crying Babies
Some babies sit calmly in their strollers, cooing contentedly. Other babies need constant attention, holding, or movement in order to prevent crying or screaming. The parents of these ‘high-needs’ infants are likely to feel isolated, confused, or even depressed.
One mom is reaching out to these parents in the form of a new website providing information and support to parents of babies with colic, reflux, food allergies, or just a fussy temperament.
“When my son was born, he cried and screamed almost constantly”, remembers Holly Klaassen, founder of www.fussybaby.ca. “That, along with his feeding and sleeping issues, pretty much turned our lives upside down. We looked everywhere for advice on how to deal with him, but it was difficult to navigate through all the information out there. No one seemed to address one of our most pressing issues – the mental and emotional strain of having a baby who cried all the time”.
Fussy Baby is the only website entirely devoted to helping parents deal with the practical and emotional issues related to excessive infant crying. Whether it’s figuring out the possible causes of their baby’s crying, reading stories from other parents of ‘fussy babies’, or just getting tips on how to cope with the stress the crying evokes, Fussy Baby offers parents and caregivers useful information in an empathic, reassuring way.
“I wanted to not only provide information to parents, but to reassure them they’re not alone”, says Klaassen. “We went through such a dark time; I think if we had been able to connect with other parents and hear how they got through it, it would have brought us some comfort”.
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