The Evolution of why is my baby fighting sleep all of a sudden
It’s that annoying time of the morning when you wake up and your baby won’t go back to sleep. The next time you come home from work, your baby will be up waiting for you and asking for a good story.
There are two reasons this happens. The first is that your baby is really trying to tell you something. The second is that your baby is really trying to tell you something.
The first reason is that it’s actually a pretty good feeling when your baby gets a message. A baby isn’t just another baby to them anymore. They’re an individual with their own unique likes and dislikes and needs. They want to tell you something that you wouldn’t want to hear from your baby.
I know all of this sounds pretty depressing. But that is because it is. When your baby is screaming, you know more about your baby than you ever thought. You get to see her face and her teeth. You get to hold her in your arms and hear her heartbeat. It is extremely rare for a baby to tell you something that you didnt already know. The truth is, it is pretty rare to hear a baby cry (unless theyre screaming).
In the past, most babies would have just cried when they were being taken out of their crib (at least that was the rule. Most babies cried when they were taken out of their parents’ arms). But you can now hear something a lot more disturbing. Baby fights sleep. And when they’re fighting, your baby is screaming. It’s as if your baby knows that the only way they can get sleep is to scream.
I am a mother of two children and have never been in a fight with my baby. I have, however, been in similar situations to these two: one where I had my baby (age 0-6 months) screaming and kicking me while I was trying to hold him. And the other was for two boys. One of the boys would hit my baby on the butt with a toy that he was playing with (and they were playing in the living room).
This is probably more common than you think and is often the result of a baby being born prematurely, but it can also be a result of other medical problems. Premature babies can have a more difficult time sleeping if they are not getting enough oxygen through their airway. The other reason is that the baby can be exhausted after a large crying episode.
In this case, the problem is that the baby’s baby-gum (wet tissue around the baby’s mouth when it is sucking) is also getting clogged with the baby’s saliva. Premature babies often have this issue because they are getting too little oxygen to be able to properly develop their airway and their lungs.
When a baby gets too tired to properly breathe, it will often wake and cry for several hours. That’s when the airway and lungs will be unable to properly develop. Because this happens so early, the baby needs to get enough sleep as soon as possible. The good news is that babies can get a lot of sleep if they are not too tired.