The fire in your wrist after cradling your newborn until she nods off. The twinge in your back as you pick up your toddler for the zillionth time. Kids can, quite literally, be a pain. Here’s a guide to the hurt and what you can do to make it all better.
Introducing a few hand signs can encourage babies to communicate, as well as improve parents’ ability to understand what they're trying to say. Plus, baby sign language can cut back on frustration-related crying, which is good for everybody.