At the sight of a crying child, someone's heart breaks, someone starts to get annoyed, and parents often wonder how to calm the baby more quickly. Dr. Robert Hamilton, a pediatrician from the United States with 30 years of experience, is ready to share a secret way that will reassure any child in three seconds.
Over the years, Dr. Hamilton has developed his technology, which allows you to quickly soothe a crying baby. The technique is simple and requires only a few steps.
Raise the child, holding it with one hand on the right side. The handle should be bent at the elbow and pressed to the body. The left handle also bends in the elbow and presses against the right.
Catch the child, holding the handles folded, with the other hand and gently support him with the prevailing hand (right or left, depending on whether you are right-handed or left-handed). Now shake the child a little. Just a couple of seconds, he calms down.
Hold the child is tilted at 45 degrees. In this position, the baby will be able to turn the head, and you will not lose control over his movements.
Dr. Hamilton further notes that if the technique does not work, there may be two reasons: the child feels bad, he is sick, or simply hungry. He emphasizes that this method works fine in the first two or three months of life, but after a child becomes too heavy for such a technique.
Get familiar with the technique in detail in the video below.