Posted in Behavior, Babies

Why do my baby’s cries hurt my ears?

Anonymous

My son cries annoy me! what should I do? when he screams it really hurts my ears. How do I cope?

  • Jackie
    May 20

    You could try ear plugs? But you’d want to know if he is crying so you can address the issue. No one likes to hear their baby crying but it’s a sign that I need to keep looking for what’s wrong. Lately my daughter screams whenever I’m on my phone or computer so I’ve been leaving it in another room and giving her my full attention to play.

  • Sabrina
    May 20

    A childs cry is their only form of communication. Your baby is trying to tell you to change him, feed him, hold him, etc. It's just able learning your babies cries and what he needs. How old is he?

  • Anonymous
    May 20

    He is almost 8 months he will be 8 months this week but every night girl while everyone is sleeping over me changing his diaper... I understand his cry’s but sometimes it seems he is doing it for no reason that’s where my ear hurt because he screams at the top of his lungs I just hand him to his dad and walk away

  • Sabrina
    May 20

    Is he maybe teething? Or going through sleep regression?? My son went through sleep regression super bad at 8mo and I swear I thought I'd never make it through it. Omg girl. It was bad. Is his crying making you experience PPD or PPA?

  • Jackie
    May 23

    That is SO hard. I feel you. Sometimes they just cry forever it seems like! When my daughter was a newborn sometimes we’d just have to put her down in her crib and have the other person try to comfort her when we got frustrated. Then the other parent would take over to give the other a chance to regroup.

  • Anonymous
    May 24

    Yes girl that is me all right there because I feel like I have him 24/7 and I get a break sometimes not all the time so I don’t drive myself insane... so times I’ll just let him cry and I’ll put head phones on n listen to music so it doesn’t hurt my ears cuz he has lungs for days loves to scream

  • Anonymous
    May 24

    Yes Sabrina he is getting his first tooth and I think I do I am not going to lie

  • Sabrina
    May 30

    I totally understand that. I suffered from PPA when my son was first born. Do you have anyone you can talk to?

  • Anonymous
    May 30

    What does PPA mean

  • Sabrina
    May 31

    Sorry, PPD- postpartum depression PPA- postpartum anxiety