Is your baby crying in their sleep? If so, you are not alone! But, why do babies cry in their sleep? Learn these top 5 reasons and how you should handle it. First, before you learn how to handle your baby crying in their sleep, let's explore some reasons for crying. Here are the top 5 reasons babies cry in their sleep, in no particular order: Hunger - The most obvious reason a baby cries in their sleep is due to a feeding time. Some babies do not wake up completely in order to signal
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A lot of times parents don't understand how crying can ever lead to their baby sleeping. They think that they will certainly exhaust themselves and fall asleep that way, eventually, but what are they really learning? This article is very much NOT about cry it out. There is a LOT in between helping your baby back to sleep every two hours at night and letting them cry it out. This article is discussing how crying can lead to sleep and why crying might be a necessary step in your baby learning how
Why does baby wake up crying? Obviously, a baby wakes up crying to eat, because they are wet or dirty, or to have their sleep association recreated (such as replacing a pacifier). But, what does it mean when your baby wakes up crying from a nap, or in the morning when they are "done" sleeping? Baby Crying Between Sleep Cycles Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a definitive reason as to why a baby wakes up crying. However, it is normal for them to cry between sleep cycles.