(名詞) 提倡或主張讓嬰兒自己哭到睡著的人。亦寫成 cry it outer。
So it will come as great relief to parents like me, who are closet cry-it-outers, that a new study found that crying it out is 1) beneficial to helping babies sleep 2) doesn’t cause any more harm than other “gentle” methods.
—Chaunie Brusie, “New Research Says ‘Cry It Out’ Method May Not Be Harmful to Babies After All,” Babble, May 24, 2016
Why would parents spend $1,200 on a robotic bassinet? In this masterclass in profile writing for the New York Times, Ruth Margalit casts Harvey Karp as a modern-day Dr. Spock who sits somewhere in between helicopter parents and the “cry-it-outers.”
—“Weekend edition—Earth Day’s success, rethinking the resumé, smart city birds,” Quartz, April 21, 2018