Cast Your Vote:
- I would let my baby cry through an appt.for 45min -- Votes: 3
- I would do something different -- Votes: 41
its quite sad.. poor little creature
yea, it's sad..... and whats worst is, some people become numbto their child...... they provide, but are numb....... i hate it, but what can we do? the child isn't being neglected in a fashion that someone wiwth power would do anything. i know been there. it takes a hell of a lot more than that........ what can you do?
when you kids get older, and they start bringing over friends, help them as needed. i was saved that way. otherwise........ i mean what can you do?
thats horrible. the sound of my daughters cry really gets to me, I have to do something about it, ifs shes crying more than a few minutes I go crazy inside, I cant stand her not being happy.
OT whats a PT appointment :oops:
Everytime my son gets cranky or starts crying I try and give him something to play with or keep him entertained. I don't like the unnecessary attention.
That's horrible. :(
I had to bring my kids to a few of my prenatal appts and Misa was still a baby since I got pregnant when she was 5 months old. The nurses who had no patients at the time would take them and care for them for me while I was getting through my appt.
That's awful. I guess if you let them CIO a couple times, it's a slippery slope to that. And that's why I won't let my baby CIO at all. One night I was on BG and he started crying, and I finished my point because I knew otherwise it would be awhile before I would be able to. It was like a 2 minute message and he was crying...I realized what I was doing and I won't do that again.
He makes so much as a whimper, I pick him up. I don't want to be that mom from your story.
Sorry about your nerve pain. That's no good. I hope it improves rapidly!