Friday, January 19, 2007


As a new mom, I kind of knew that when my daughter cried, it meant she was hungry. Any other time, she was content to just look at me or stay in my arms or on my lap quietly. But for other moms whose babies might cry a little more often, it's not always easy to know what it is sthat your child needs.

Now on the market is a high tech "cry analyzer" that boasts a 90% success rate to determine why your baby is crying. It's a small hand held device that you hold close to your baby's face when he or she is crying and it analyzes the pitch to give you some idea what the problem is.

It sounds like a great idea, but at $170, it'll be cheaper just to trust your instincts. Here is the site where you can get more information.

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