Colic won’t harm your baby in any way and most babies outgrow it by the time they are between three months and four months old. It’s probably more upsetting for you and your partner to endure your baby’s constant crying. The best thing you can do is to try your best to remain calm.
Persistent crying can put the whole family on edge and lead to frustration, anger and desperation.
If you feel exhaustion and frustration turning to anger, take a break. Put your baby in his crib and walk away for a few minutes.
Remind yourself that your baby's crying is not your fault, and that it isn’t causing him any harm. This is simply a phase that will pass, just give it time.
Find out more about colic here.