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Never again will you have to stand by helplessly while your little baby cries and cries. There is a way to calm most crying babies . . . usually in minutes! 
 
Thousands of parents, from regular moms and dads to Hollywood superstars, have come to baby expert Dr. Harvey Karp to learn his remarkable techniques for soothing babies and increasing sleep. Now his landmark book—fully revised and updated with the latest insights into infant sleep, bedsharing, breastfeeding, swaddling, and SIDS risk—can teach you too! Dr. Karp’s highly successful method is based on four revolutionary concepts:
 
1. The Fourth Trimester: Why babies still yearn for a womblike atmosphere . . . even after birth
2. The Calming Reflex: An “off switch” all babies are born with
3. The 5 S’s: Five easy steps to turn on your baby’s amazing calming reflex
4. The Cuddle Cure: How to combine the 5 S’s to calm even colicky babies
 
With Dr. Karp’s sensible advice, parents and grandparents, nurses and nannies, will be able to transform even the fussiest infant into the happiest baby on the block!
 
Praise for The Happiest Baby on the Block
 
“Dr. Karp’s book is fascinating and will guide new parents for years to come.” —Julius Richmond, M.D., Harvard Medical School, former Surgeon General of the United States
 
The Happiest Baby on the Block is fun and convincing. I highly recommend it.” —Elisabeth Bing, co-founder of Lamaze International
 
“Will fascinate anyone who wants to know how babies experience the world, and wants to answer their cries lovingly and effectively.” The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Praise for The Happiest Baby on the Block
 
“Dr. Karp’s book is fascinating and will guide new parents for years to come.” —Julius Richmond, M.D., Harvard Medical School, former Surgeon General of the United States
 
The Happiest Baby on the Block is fun and convincing. I highly recommend it.” —Elisabeth Bing, co-founder of Lamaze International
 
“Will fascinate anyone who wants to know how babies experience the world, and wants to answer their cries lovingly and effectively.” The San Diego Union-Tribune

About the Author

Harvey Karp, M.D., is an assistant professor of pediatrics at the USC School of Medicine. He is the bestselling author of The Happiest Baby on the Block, The Happiest Toddler on the Block, and The Happiest Baby Guide to Great Sleep: Simple Solutions for Kids from Birth to 5 Years. Dr. Karp is also a nationally renowned expert in child development, children’s environmental health, and breastfeeding. He lives with his wife in California, and his adult daughter lives in New York.

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Babies: A New Insight

Main Points

• All babies cry, but most new parents have little experience soothing them.

• The missing fourth trimester: Babies cry because they’re born three months too soon!

• The calming reflex: Nature’s brilliant “off switch” for your baby’s crying.

• The 5 S’s: Five simple steps to imitate the womb and turn on the calming reflex.

• The Cuddle Cure: Comforting your baby with his/her preferred mix of S’s.

Suzanne was freaking out. Her two-­month-old, was a nonstop screamer. Sean could cry for hours—­even through the night—­and his mother was desperately exhausted. One afternoon her sister, Angie, visited to help. As soon as Angie picked Sean up, Suzanne bolted to the bathroom for a hot shower. Twenty-­five minutes later, she awoke, curled in a ball on the shower’s blue tile floor being sprayed with ice-­cold water.

While this was happening in California, on the plains of Bot­swana, Nisa nursed her baby, Chuko. Chuko was delicate and small, but she rarely cried for more than a few seconds.

Nisa carried Chuko everywhere in a leather sling. She never worried when Chuko cried, because—­having cared for so many little cousins—­she knew exactly how to calm her.

Why did Suzanne fail at soothing Sean’s screams? And what secrets did Nisa know that settled Chuko so quickly?

Your Baby Is Born

When perfectly dry, his flesh sweet and pure, he is the most kissable object in nature.

Marion Harland, Common Sense in the Nursery, 1886

If you’re pregnant or have a new baby, congratulations! Having a baby is a wonderful—­and wonder-­filled—­experience that makes us laugh, cry, and stare in amazement . . . all at the same time. It’s a miraculous and profound life event that can make gamblers give up gambling, drug addicts stop getting high, and hard-­core bikers buy minivans!

After giving birth, your top jobs for the next few months will be feeding your baby well and calming her cries. After thirty years as a pediatrician, I can tell you that parents who succeed at these tasks feel proud and confident. However, parents who struggle with them feel distraught and incompetent.

Fortunately, baby feeding is usually pretty easy. Most newborns happily gulp down the milk as if you were a five-­star restaurant. And if you run into difficulties, there are many places to turn for help. Soothing crying, on the other hand, can be unexpectedly hard.

No couple expects their sweet newborn to be “difficult.” (Your friends may share horror stories about screaming babies, but most of us think, That won’t be my child!) So we’re usually shocked when our little one’s wails go on and on no matter what we do.

Now, I’m not saying crying is bad. In fact, it’s brilliant! Leave it to nature to equip helpless babies with a way to make even the most exhausted mom vault out of a warm bed—­on a cold night—­and hustle over to meet her little one’s needs.

Once your fusser has your attention, you’ll want to zip through a short checklist:

• If she’s hungry . . . feed her.

• If she’s wet . . . change her diaper.

• If she’s cold . . . bundle her up.

• If she’s hot . . . unwrap her.

• If she’s lonely . . . pick her up.

The trouble comes when none of these steps works.

Fifty percent of babies have bouts of inconsolable fussiness lasting two hours a day—­or more. And 10–15 percent—­about half a million new babies born each year—­suffer three-­plus hours of red-­faced, eye-clenched screaming a day.

This is why new parents are such heroes!

A baby’s scream is heart-­wrenching. And hours of inconsolable crying can trigger a panic of self-­doubt: “Is my baby in pain?” “Does she hate me?” “Am I spoiling her?” “Does she feel abandoned?” “Am I a terrible mother?”

Distraught parents are often counseled that there’s no cure for fussy, sleepless babies. They are told they must wait a few months for their baby to “grow out of it.” Yet, it feels like torture to sit by while your baby cries and cries.

Confronted by this barrage, even the most loving parents may get pushed into waves of anxiety, depression, or the tragedies of suicide or child abuse.

Note: I’ve been told that Navy SEALS are trained to endure severe sleep deprivation and hours of infant crying blasted over loud speakers. In other words, the military prepares warriors to handle torture by exposing them to . . . a typical day in the life of a new mom or dad!

Help Wanted: Where Do Parents Turn When Their Baby Cries a Lot?

Today’s moms and dads are among the most educated parents who ever lived. But when it comes to babies, they have less experience than any generation in history! Shockingly, we’re required to have more preparation and training to get a driver’s license than to have a baby.

Of course, regardless of your training you should still expect to be the target of an onslaught of advice. Family, friends—­even total strangers—­shower us with their counsel. “It’s boredom.” “It’s the heat.” “Put a hat on him.” “It’s gas.” I think America’s favorite pastime isn’t baseball. . . . It’s giving new moms unsolicited advice.

And, advice is something parents of fussy babies definitely need. One in six couples takes their baby to the doctor because of persistent crying. Yet, while thousands of clinics have been created to solve feeding problems, very few are set up to help with screaming babies. In fact, most doctors have little to offer families of colicky babies, other than sympathy. “I know it’s hard, but be patient; it won’t last forever.” Or, even worse, “Just put your baby in a dark room and let her cry. She just needs to blow off steam.” (Hey, babies aren’t pressure cookers.)

Top baby experts usually confess that they have few tools to help really fussy babies:

Very often, you may not even be able to quiet the screaming.

Heidi Eisenberg Murkoff, Arlene Eisenberg, Sandee E. Hathaway, and Sharon Mazel, What to Expect the First Year

The whole episode goes on at least an hour and perhaps for three or four hours.

Penelope Leach, Your Baby and Child

Crying up to five hours a day is not unusual. When you begin to become very frustrated with a baby’s crying, it is time to set the infant in a safe place and walk away.

Period of PURPLE Crying program

Well, it turns out that these ideas are all obsolete. Screaming does not have to go on for hours. And what’s even more concerning, when left unchecked, nonstop crying can trigger serious problems, like postpartum depression, crib death (from unsafe sleeping practices), and failed breast-feeding.

Of course, if your patience is frayed and you fear you might hurt your child, you must put her down . . . take a break . . . and call a friend for help. But if a mom in the wilds of Africa can calm her baby in under a minute, you can bet that there’s probably a way to help unhappy babies in our culture, too.

The Four Principles of BABY Soothing

Botswanan moms carry their infants in leather sacks twenty-­four hours a day (cuddling and bouncing as they walk). They also calm their infants by nursing them fifty to a hundred times a day . . . including all through the night! You may not be ready to adopt the Botswana lifestyle, but the key lesson of their success is that colic is not inevitable. Persistent crying is an unintended side effect of our culture. However, the good news is that, with the right techniques, we, too, can calm most screaming bouts in under one minute.

By teasing out shreds of wisdom from past cultures and weaving them with modern research, I’ve found that the key to calming crying and boosting sleep can be explained through four simple ideas:

• The missing fourth trimester

• The calming reflex

• The 5 S’s

• The Cuddle Cure

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SNA
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Don''t bother purchasing
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2017
Don''t bother purchasing the book. You can google the information about the 5S (swaddle, sucking, shushing, swaying/swing, and side/stomach). The entire book just repeats these over and over and over. It could have been a 15 page book.
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Just get the DVD
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2018
I ordered this after our baby was already born, as I hadn''t heard about it beforehand. I like that he tells you which chapters to skip to if you''re short on time. However, I knew my husband wasn''t going to read any parts of this and ordered the DVD for him. If I had to do... See more
I ordered this after our baby was already born, as I hadn''t heard about it beforehand. I like that he tells you which chapters to skip to if you''re short on time. However, I knew my husband wasn''t going to read any parts of this and ordered the DVD for him. If I had to do this again, I would skip the book and just get the DVD. It was very helpful, gave you all the information in about 20 minutes and it helped to have the author show you the techniques on real babies, including how fast it works on them!
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Chris
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Least favorite pregnancy read
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2019
I wouldn''t bother to buy this book, I actually hated it. The first 60 or so pages tell you all the things that don''t cause colic and why. Our baby isn''t born yet so I didn''t feel like I wanted to skip to chapter 8 for the 5 S''s (like the book says to do if you''re already... See more
I wouldn''t bother to buy this book, I actually hated it. The first 60 or so pages tell you all the things that don''t cause colic and why. Our baby isn''t born yet so I didn''t feel like I wanted to skip to chapter 8 for the 5 S''s (like the book says to do if you''re already dealing with a crying baby)-- maybe I should have and I wouldn''t have hated this book so much. Another review said this could be a 15 page book; they are so right. Just search for "5 S''s" and you''ll get all the information you need. I also didn''t care for the opinionated undertones -- "breast is best" is directly stated, right after saying that whether a baby is formula or breast fed has no bearing on colic and fussiness. Why include that statement then? Decisions like that are personal and should not be included when it has no relevance.
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B. Hoehn
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At least research the "5 S''s" or read that section of the book – they will change your life if you have a newborn
Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2018
BUY THIS BOOK it is essential if you''re a new parent. I''ve torn through this book for my daughter (who''s 6 days old at time of this writing), and my ability to quiet her down in under 10 seconds has amazed my friends and family. Everyone thinks I''m a baby savant or have had... See more
BUY THIS BOOK it is essential if you''re a new parent. I''ve torn through this book for my daughter (who''s 6 days old at time of this writing), and my ability to quiet her down in under 10 seconds has amazed my friends and family. Everyone thinks I''m a baby savant or have had previous kids, but I''m simply following the "5 S''s" in this book and it works like a charm.

Great tips, recommendations, humor, and myth-busting in this book. Also an easy read to cruise through during nursing (like me) or while rocking your little one with one hand.
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Tess
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False facts and no citations
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2019
Sure the 5s are useful - but read a blog post and you will have the idea. There is a lot of information in here that is presented as science and fact but is not cited. And some sweeping statements like “formula feeding increases a child’s risk of SIDS” is... See more
Sure the 5s are useful - but read a blog post and you will have the idea.

There is a lot of information in here that is presented as science and fact but is not cited. And some sweeping statements like “formula feeding increases a child’s risk of SIDS” is outdated and has been time and time again disproven.

In my opinion this book is also anti feminist - it promotes a world where mothers are martyrs for their children and if they have to work to sustain the family income then suggests that their failure to devote their life to their child like the women of Bali or Botswana is why their child has colic. Not sure this narrative is a helpful one to all the amazing mothers doing the best they can.
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A. Powers
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The 5 "S"s are great, but the rest is kinda "out there"
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2018
The 5 "S"s (tricks to calm a crying baby) are really helpful, and sometimes were the only way I could calm my crying baby. However, the rest of the book (the theory and whatnot) was a little new-agey and weird for me. Also, the "calm your crying baby, let them fall asleep,... See more
The 5 "S"s (tricks to calm a crying baby) are really helpful, and sometimes were the only way I could calm my crying baby. However, the rest of the book (the theory and whatnot) was a little new-agey and weird for me. Also, the "calm your crying baby, let them fall asleep, then wake them up before putting them back in the crib" was a no-go for me. The last thing I want to do after finally calming down a screaming infant is to WAKE THEM BACK UP. Sheesh.
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K.S.
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Enjoyable and useful.
Reviewed in the United States on October 9, 2017
As a new mom, I was really tired and frustrated when my newborn cried a lot. I searched the internet and saw many people mentioned about this book. So I decided to give it a try and I''m really glad I did! This is a good book. Dr.Karp made it enjoyable and easy to... See more
As a new mom, I was really tired and frustrated when my newborn cried a lot. I searched the internet and saw many people mentioned about this book. So I decided to give it a try and I''m really glad I did!

This is a good book. Dr.Karp made it enjoyable and easy to read. The 5Ss is great and with these I can calm my baby easily. Yes, you can just skip through most parts of the book and go straight for the 5S. But I enjoy reading the additional details as well as the explanation provided about the safety of each S (e.g. is it safe jiggling the baby? is it safe to swaddle the 3-month-old baby?) and I ended up reading the whole book. So all in all, I think this is a book a parent should read.

Tip - If reading a book does not give you the whole picture, you can find a video (I think it was a TV show with Dr.Karp as a guest) to see how the 5Ss should be done.
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A baby lifeline
Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2019
As a first-time mom I feel like I''m mostly guessing on what I need to do to care for my infant son. I thought once we cleared the feeding hurdle we would be clear sailing. I was wrong. One word: colic. And we were desperate to try anything to have our happy son between the... See more
As a first-time mom I feel like I''m mostly guessing on what I need to do to care for my infant son. I thought once we cleared the feeding hurdle we would be clear sailing. I was wrong. One word: colic. And we were desperate to try anything to have our happy son between the hours of 6pm and 8pm instead of an Angry Octopus. One mom friend told me about this book and how it helped with her colicky daughter. I didn''t even see how much the Kindle version cost when I clicked read now, but it was worth every single penny. I thought my son hated to be swaddled but with the advice from this book I swaddled him again for the first time in 8 weeks. He slept 5 hours straight that night - our longest stretch to-date. I could calm him quicker and our witcji g hours is now less than an hour. And now my husband is getting the hang of the techniques too. I appreciated knowing the why''s behind the 5s''s. I wonder now why this book or even the DVD isn''t required for all new parents to read/watch when they find out they are expecting (or parents who are adopting to read/watch before they have their new baby). I feel like knowing these techniques, why they are so important, and how to do them properly would have saved my son hours of crying for his first 8 weeks of life. This book is forever called my Baby Bible!
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Kimmie
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All first time parents should buy this book!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 11, 2019
I will very rarely write a review on amazon, but I feel I have to with this book. This book literally saved my husband and I as first time parents! I will recommend this to anyone who is pregnant or wants to be a parent. Our beautiful daughter arrived and turned our world...See more
I will very rarely write a review on amazon, but I feel I have to with this book. This book literally saved my husband and I as first time parents! I will recommend this to anyone who is pregnant or wants to be a parent. Our beautiful daughter arrived and turned our world upside down, we had no clue what we were doing. The advise in the happiest baby made us feel we weren''t crazy, bad parents, or had some miserable baby. The tips given work, and our baby is thriving and sleeping and most importantly quick to calm. I will be buying the happiest toddler book that is for certain!
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Lucy
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TL,DR: Swaddle your baby!
Reviewed in Canada on December 26, 2018
This book is fine, but let me tell you what it says: you should swaddle your baby to help them sleep longer at night. You don''t need to read all the studies or reasoning behind why, which is half the book. The other half of the book is that you should also rock your baby,...See more
This book is fine, but let me tell you what it says: you should swaddle your baby to help them sleep longer at night. You don''t need to read all the studies or reasoning behind why, which is half the book. The other half of the book is that you should also rock your baby, make shushing sounds/use white noise, and try holding them on their side or stomach, which I feel like are things that most parents do anyway. Save your money and just start swaddling overnight, it will change your life!
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Malgorzata Skiba
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Better read about the method online
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 10, 2018
The whole book could have been replaced by one page summary! Its full of a very detailed information that wasn’t interesting for me. I believe the method works it just you don’t need a book to implement it.
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Claudio B
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Awesome book 😍
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 15, 2021
I gave birth on the 27th of april and i have practised all the 5''s mentioned in the book. The baby is now in his nearly 3rd week and he already had a good sleep routine. I really recommend you this book. In my case, worked miracles.
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Must read for all parents to be
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 19, 2018
Lifesaver book! Every new parent should read it before their little wonders arrive. Tried methods from it and they all worked with our son. Our days are much more peaceful now!
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