Family & Relationships Has one mum really come up with a 'foolproof' way to burp a baby?

16:05  18 june  2017
16:05  18 june  2017 Source:   Prima

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Burping your baby can be hard to master but Sophie Cachia, from Australia, says she's stumbled across a ' foolproof ' trick. ' I 'm not sure if it's because it straightens their back or opens up their body more, but I find my kids have just magically burped this way .

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The 26-year-old new mum uploaded a video to her Instagram page, advising other mothers that sitting their baby on their lap, bending their knees and raising their arms inspires her children to 'magically [burp]' every time.

'I'm not sure if it's because it straightens their back or opens up their body more,' she wrote alongside the video. 'But I find my kids have just magically burped this way.'

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This mum 's foolproof method of burping her babies is changing people's lives. Another of these life problems is when you're trying to burp your baby . It might work perfectly fine one day, but the next, you're both fed up at 4am, desperately trying to bring up their wind.

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We love the idea that this simple trick could save rocking back and forth for hours (or what seems like it) so we spoke to midwife turned health advisor for babyCentre Jill Irving. 

'Nothing is ever foolproof!' Jill explains. 'What may work for one baby might not work for another, but there is no harm in trying it out and new parents love comparing notes about this kind of thing.'

Well, there goes our raised hopes.

However, Jill did offer us some other burping options for any mothers' who find that Sophie's method doesn't work for their baby.

'In some countries parents actually don't "burp" their babies and they are perfectly fine, although the preference by most parents is to burp them. Any method that can add gentle pressure to your baby's tummy area seems to work.

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Mum shares ‘ foolproof ’ method for burping a baby . So when Australian blogger Sophie Cachia, the same blogger who opened up about how pregnancy can affect your sex life, said she had a ‘ fool - proof ’ way of burping a baby , we sat up and listened.

A mum blogger has shared a video of her “ foolproof ” way to burp babies . Sophia Cachia, from Australia, who runs The Young Mummy blog, filmed herself burping her daughter to show other mums and dads the parenting hack.

'Examples can be resting your baby across your shoulder or gently holding the baby over your forearm – a lot of babies seem to like this and it can work quickly. Or another traditional method is to sit your baby on your lap ensuring he is upright as possible. With one hand under your baby's chin firmly pat his back. Other parents may prefer some form of tummy massage.'

Well, they do say there's no such thing as magic.

BURPING! So many questions, so many ways, so may 'she won't fucking burp' and 'he hasn't burped - should I take the risk and put him down?'. This is my fool proof way I've burped both of my kids. I completely stumbled across it by pure accident with Bob, but it worked for him as a newborn, so I did the same method with Flossy. Simply [so it's definitely not always SIMPLE, sometimes they arch their back and you need to use some gentle-but-firm mummy/daddy love to hold them in place) sit them on your lap and bring their knees bent in like so, and lift their arms up to about 90 degree angle. I'm not sure if it's because it straightens their back or opens up their body more, but I find my kids have just magically burped this way. They need to be calm though and body relaxed - hence the dummy because Flossy was screaming the roof off seconds before as she'd finished her bottle. BY NO MEANS am I preaching that my way is THE way to burp and telling you YOU MUST DO IT (don't we hate those people!?!) - I'm just offering some assistance & tips to try for new mums who may be struggling in this field - I know I certainly did before accidentally doing this

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