It's not a lifestyle. It's not like you are never picking your child up or abusing them. It's that you are not catering to their every whim. Rather, you choose to lay your child in the crib or whatnot and let them cry sometimes--- sometimes.. NOT ALL THE TIME. This stuff is absolutely crazy and I have never heard of any mothers discussing such a thing. All children have to cry guys. All children. It is good for their lungs and it does no damage to them EVER. I mean really, what is the deal. It's your child. You are in charge of raising that child for the rest of their lives. But, you have to decide what is best for you. Don't make it into such an issue. Why do you feel that it's something that has to be discussed?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:17 PM on Apr. 24, 2010 in Just for Fun
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It was something that I never felt comfortable doing. By leaving my child alone in their crib crying I felt like I was not meeting their needs. Even if that need was just to be help or be close to me.
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