I´m hoping you are trolling. If not, well f u. I hope you don't ever have kids with colic. There's no rhyme or reason to it. You try everything you can because its awful having a kid in your arms screaming every night. Don't give me parenting classes C°°P. you don't know what you are talking g about
What I'm really referring to is parents who leave their little ones to cry thinking that's 'what babies do' in much the same way as dogs bark cos 'that's what dogs do'.
We all see, when going about our daily business, parents with whingeing offspring and nothing is done to placate them. OK granted they could be playing up but frequently the parent will be paying more attention to their i-phone.
By all means scoff at the mention of parenting classes but you don't get a dummy run at being a parent and not everyone has been fortunate to have good parents and be bought up in a stable and loving environment.
In Bunnyhop's case, her neighbour may have benefited and learnt that babies should not be left in hot cars.
I've had two children close together and it definitely wasn't plain sailing! Women don't automatically become an Earth Mother type when babies are born and I certainly didn't have a clue what to do!
Yes, colic is miserable and you have my sympathy but you worked out what was wrong, not everyone does unfortunately.