Crying While Driving

Crying While Driving

Car Seat Crying

Crying While Driving the problem with rear-view mirrors is they put the past in front of you but keep driving and the view will change. Summer of George. If you don’t get the reference of the blog title, then don’t even ask. It’s been a shameful five months since I posted. After a few months of torturing and teasing, spring Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.

Car Seat Crying

Answer (1 of 51): Having compassion doesn’t make them bad for pulling you over. I know there have been several times that I’ve seen people crying while driving and wanted to pull them over myself to see if just lending an ear could help. I’ve also been one of .

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Some parents make poor driving decisions when their babies are crying, which puts everyone in the car at risk. Either pull over and calm your baby down, or focus on your driving. The good news is that a few new ideas and a little time and maturity will help your baby become a happy traveler. I know because three of my babies were car-seat-haters! Make sure that your baby is healthy.

If car seat crying is something new, and your baby has been particularly fussy at home, too, your baby may have an ear infection or other illness. A visit to the doctor is in order. Bring the car seat in the house and let your baby sit and play in it. If these are interesting enough, they may hold her attention. Avoid hard toys because they could cause injury in a quick stop. Tape or hang toys for viewing. You can do this on the back of the seat that your baby is facing or string an array of lightweight toys from the ceiling using heavy tape and yarn.

Make a car mobile. Link a long row of plastic baby chains from one side of the backseat to the other. Clip soft, lightweight new toys onto the chain for each trip. Hang a made-for-baby poster on the back of the seat that faces your baby. These are usually black, white, red and bold primary colors; some even have pockets so you can change the pictures. Experiment with different types of music in the car.

Some babies enjoy lullabies or music tapes made especially for young children; others surprise you by calming down as soon as you play one of your favorites. You can purchase CDs of soothing nature sounds or you can make a recording of your vacuum cleaner! Practice with short, pleasant trips when your baby is in a good mood. It helps if someone can sit near her and keep her entertained. A few good experiences may help set a new pattern. Try a pacifier or teething toy. When your baby has something to suck or chew on he may be happier.

Hang a mirror. That way your baby can see you and you can see your baby while you are driving. Baby stores offer specialty mirrors made especially for this purpose. Put up a sunshade in the window. Use the window-stick-on types, and avoid any with hard pieces that could become dislodged in a quick stop.

Try to consolidate trips. If her legs are confined, or her belts are too tight, she my find her seat to be uncomfortable. Try opening a window. Fresh air and a nice breeze can be soothing. If all else fails. McGraw-Hill,

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