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why does my baby cry so much at 6 months

With Thomas when he gets like that it is normally because he is over-tired -little things just bug him more, he won't entertain himself but just wants to be carried all the time, he gets frustrated with every little thing. Whereas when he is getting his proper sleep he is like a different baby. How is she sleeping in general, does she nap well during the day? I recently had to move Thomas's bedtime forward to 6. 30 p. m. (which I really didn't want to do as I'm back in work soon and will have so little time with him in the evening) because he was getting overtired and cranky, I moved his bedtime earlier on Friday and today the change in him was just amazing to see, he is like a different baby.

Not sure if this is relevant to your situation but worth thinking about whether she is getting all the sleep she should be for her age.
You may find it hard to believe, but youve made it halfway through your s first year! In just six short months, your baby has started to learn how to communicate and to eat solid foods. This portion of WebMDs month-by-month guide provides a few of the baby milestones you can expect your child to achieve in the sixth month.

During the first few months of life, your baby was growing at a rate of about 1 m to 2 pounds a month. By now, she should have at least doubled her birth. At six months, babys growth will slow to about 1 pound a month. Height gain will also slow, to about a half-inch each month. Your baby may be starting to sit up alone by six months. To get ready, babies first prop themselves up with their hands, but over time they can start to let go and sit unsupported. Your 6-month-old can probably roll from his back to his and vice versa. Some babies can propel themselves around the floor using this rolling method.

Or, they may creep forward or backward -- sliding around on their tummies while pushing against the floor. You may notice your baby rise up on hands and and rock back and forth. Most babies are sleeping six to eight hours at a stretch by six months. When babies at this age have trouble falling or staying asleep, some parents turn to a method developed by pediatrician Richard Ferber. The Ferber Method, as it is known, involves putting your baby into the crib while shes still awake. If your, wait for a progressively longer period of time each night before going in to provide comfort.

This method works well for some families, but you may need to experiment with several different methods before you find the one that works best for you. Now that your baby can roll over independently, dont be alarmed if you put her to on her back and she wakes up on her tummy. The risk of is much lower at six months than it was in the first few months of life. Still, its a good idea to keep stuffed animals, pillows, crib bumpers, and other soft items out of the crib for now.

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