Q:

hi everyone my baby is 9 month old n he get scared to cooker whistle n ,n sound of utensils which fell from help is this normal?



Roopashree Siddireddy

It's very normal.. mixie sound, whistle and any sudden sounds.. babies will be afraid. Becoz they it will unexpected for them. Don't worry as they grow , they will learn to ignore. Whenever cooker is about to whistle... just say that it will whistle.. Explain baby the sounds.. slow they will understand.

Suhana Shangani

same happens with my baby... even he starts crying

pooja singh

mine is also crying ..

Sheeba Vijesh

show the baby where it is coming from.. hold her close, gently explain its nothing to worry about... baby will get used to it with time..

Minu Agarwal

yes it's normal , new sounds make baby scared , as time passes they will get used to it.

Niti Verma

Hi Pooja !!! Rest all your fears .....infact you should be relaxed and glad that your baby is reacting in a very expected and normal way. My son is 2+ and he still fears mixers, cookers, washing machine timer alarms and the like. infact when he was young ....he used to start crying the moment anyone sneezed😊So it's very normal .....but over the time things change...in my son's case ...when he was one and a half year I started holding him in my arms whenever I was operating the mixer....I just wanted to let him understand that the mixer is harmless.....i don't know how successful I am...as now my son keeps on saying 'mixxi humko disturb mat karo'..It's just that now he is more vocal about his fears !!

Sheeba Vijesh

ha ha Niti Verma, thts so cute!!

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