1) Normal crying
Normal babies are generally happy when they are fed and held, but all babies cry occasionally. Without understanding the cause of the crying, it may seem as if a baby cries all the time.
However, they often gives clues as to what is bothering them. By identifying and solving the cause of the crying, babies can be settled.
There will be times during the day when your baby is more likely to be unhappy, such as during the evening fussies or while having tummy cramps during or after a feed.
Also, babies need to be held and need a lot of care and will cry if this does not happen.
2) Abnormal crying
Many underfed babies cry most of the time. Some sick babies may cry excessively and should be seen by their health-care providers.
Babies who cry suddenly and severely may be in a health crisis and need immediate attention.