Look at Your Physical and Mental State
Contrary to popular belief, babies can’t actually naturally sense when you’re feeling bad. However, they can recognize your physical reactions that result from stress and exhaustion from dealing with your fussy, colicky baby.
Perhaps the way you hold them changes, your tone might be different, or the way you move through the room creates sounds that are different to the ones that you would usually make. This can make it harder for a baby to relax – and when you notice your baby is fussier than normal, your stress levels might rise even more.
It’s a never-ending, vicious cycle, and for the sake of both yourself and your little one, it has to be put to an end.