Dad Shows How To Stop A Newborn Baby Crying in Seconds

A new dad who managed to calm his crying baby within seconds has amazed parents with his really simple trick.

Daniel Eisenman, from California, US, only became a dad three weeks ago but he seems to be getting into the swing of things pretty quickly.

He shared a video of his daughter, Divina, crying in his arms. To calm her down, he took in a deep breath then let out a long and deep “Oommmm” sound.

He used the hashtags #OMBaby, #DaddyOm and #OMingDaddy.

Eisenman shared the video post on Instagram and on his Facebook page too, where it gained more than 22 million views.

Many commented on the video calling it “amazing” and an “awesome trick”, however some were sceptical about whether it was a one-off.

“Well now that over 22 million humans have heard and seen the original version, questions are starting to surface about if this works every time,” the dad wrote on Instagram on Thursday 27th April.

And sure enough, he shared another video of the same trick working again, explaining why it worked and the process behind it.

#TheOMHeardAroundTheWorld Well now that over 22 million humans have heard & seen the original version, questions are starting to surface about if this works every time?! Firstly, I don’t believe anything happens twice the same way. Secondly, it’s not necessarily about it “working”… it’s about our precious #EarthAngel practicing self acceptance through self-expression, AND simultaneously holding me accountable to do the same by #OMing more. Birth story video coming soon, but so everyone knows we did #OM to her while in the womb, and she was actually birthed in our living room while Thai #Buddhist #monks were chanting over #YouTube ⛩ PS. Her mother a.k.a. my #QueenBee @lifeasdianae was born in Thailand • • • #GetYourOMon #CryUntilYouLaugh #LaughUntilYouCry #DaddyOm #OMBaby #DadOMingtoBaby #OMingBaby #OMingDad #DanielEisenman #TheFreedomCatalyst #BreakingNormal #ILoveYou

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It’s worth a try!

Source: www.huffingtonpost.co.uk




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