Tips for Keeping Baby Happy: Featuring Baby Bump™

At some point, every parent has a bad night with their baby. My 3rd child was the epitome of a colicky baby. He never slept and cried for hours on end. Looking back, I’m not sure how I survived those days and months. If you have a fussy baby, I wanted to share some of my tips for getting them unfussy!

Nurse the Baby

Although you don’t want a baby attached to you all of the time, sometimes nursing is the only thing that will keep your baby happy. Grab something to read or eat and let the baby nurse away. If you bottle feed, you can still feed your baby and hold them close.

Make Noise

Some babies just need a distraction from their tummy ache. Sometimes we turn on music or sing to our fussy baby. It usually works like a charm. The key is getting the baby calmed down enough to distract them. Sometimes a baby will go on and on for hours!

Bounce That Baby

When our son was colicky, we turned to bouncing to help alleviate his tummy issues. Something that we didn’t have, but would be great for an upset baby that needs bouncing is the Baby Bump™. It’s the ultimate baby gadget that every household with a baby needs. From the moment you open it, it can help you be a better parent!



  1. Use it as a pregnant woman to help alleviate back pain.
  2. Sooth your crying baby by bouncing lightly.
  3. Use the Baby Bump™ to have playtime with your 6 month old- 2 year old.
  4. Allow your 2+ year old to have a ball, literally.
  5. Use it yourself to get into shape after baby.

The Baby Bump comes in 6 awesome colors.

  • Pearl White
  • Honeysuckle Pink
  • Regatta Blue
  • Peapod Green
  • Beeswax Yellow
  • Lavender Purple


Good luck calming your fussy baby! Purchase your very own Baby Bump™ here.

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Jess Weaver
Jess Weaver is a work at home mom and wife. She's been married to Ryan for nearly 8 blissful years. She has three adorable and rowdy sons. Benjamin- 6, Isaac- 4, and Josiah-2 and a baby girl on the way! If you would like to contact Jess you can do so by clicking the contact me button on her website www.jessleewrites.com
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