son crying a lot

Michelle - posted on 05/29/2016 ( 11 moms have responded )

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My son is 19 months and he cries all the time. He doesnt talk very much, so i cant really tell whats the matter with him. Ever since we moved, hes beem extremely emotional. I habe no idea what too do anymore. Any advice?

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Froozesh1 - posted on 05/29/2016

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No child does not cry without reason. As with the shift has increased her crying, try him at home put yourself in different situations. Children sometimes take a long time to place the zoom. If you may well consider a playmate for her. I would recommend you play inside the tent.

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Dove - posted on 05/30/2016

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If you've been living there for a year... he is not crying because he doesn't like the house or has not adjusted to living there. If it started around 6/7 months old it could be separation anxiety.... It could also now be tantrums over not getting his way.

What situations is he crying in? What do you do about his crying? How does he react?

If play dates do not help him... daycare is not likely to 'cure' his crying. If he is fine out of the house... he may just want to be active and exploring. If he hits his playmates... you teach him to not hit, but to be gentle.

Talk to him a lot and encourage him to use his words to tell you what he wants. That might help him pick up on speech a little better.

Michelle - posted on 05/30/2016

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Change of environment sometimes has an effect. I tnink making something familiar or comforting helps. Kids love routine. So in the morning its breakfast and story time together, then a walk outdoors, or listen to nursery rhymes together, then kerp finding things that interest him. Things you know he'd enjoy. At that stage they like entertainment, engagement and I saw behavior patterns in my daughter after moving I played with her more often I gave her that added attention until things go back normal. As long as its nothing ekse like teething, hungry, sick, sometimes they are bored and need help adjusting to change. My daughter needed to adjust to the new sounds of our new environment.

Froozesh1 - posted on 05/30/2016

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The same people who do not know your language, if you need to find out, she will help you. To understand humanity and to help each other, do not know the language. You ask. God helps.

Froozesh1 - posted on 05/30/2016

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Sometimes little changes with the seasons and the habit can be found in nature. If the problem is not physical, not a lot of sensitivity. Will soon be resolved.

Michelle - posted on 05/29/2016

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I would definitely do that, i just want the crying too be minimized a little bit. My daughter was never that way, she was a quiet baby. All of this crying is kind of new too me. Thanks for taking the time too comment. It really helps a lot

Jody James - posted on 05/29/2016

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I think that's a great idea! Just keep in mind he will hate it for a while before loving it. All kids despise Daycare at first, but it will make him much more social and allow him to meet more friends! And more good news to add is that will probably help him learn that other language everyone speaks, if he is introduced to it often!

Michelle - posted on 05/29/2016

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Weve been here for almost a year. I thought that he would be adjusted already. We live around alot of none english speaking people. Its hard trying too find him a play mate, when i dont understand what they are saying. I dont know if daycare would help at all. But im going too try that

Jody James - posted on 05/29/2016

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When I was younger, my family moved A LOT. It made me very emotional, and I feel like it has something to do with not feeling like it's truly home. I'd recommend just letting time iron things out, because eventually he'll be okay. Let's keep in mind, this is a 19 month old, and all they know is laugh, cry, eat, repeat. So just try to keep him occupied!

Michelle - posted on 05/29/2016

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When he is around other people he is totally fine, but when we get home the crying starts. Maybe he doesnt like living here. He doesnt have anyone too play with other then his sister. I tried doing a play date, but all he does is hit the other child.

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