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Research says that the more sociable you are and the more you wear your heart on your sleeve, the more likely you are to cry for positive and negative events.
Maternity Nurse Gina Ford, author of The New Contented Little Baby Book, believes in leaving a baby to cry for 10-20 minutes if he is simply fighting sleep.
Don't Cry for Me Argentina,'' after all, is an insidious song that has a habit of showing up in the morning coffee, but as sung by Madonna, it's gourmet coffee.
Let the baby fuss or cry for fifteen minutes; then pick him up, try to calm him, give him water, and return him to his crib to fuss a little longer.
I let Zac cry for 10 minutes before going to him, but it was so hard at first.