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... so therefore he is fussy during the day. We both have come down with a cold as of Saturday but not real bad ones. Sometimes today he didn't want to nurse but was still fussy. ... (7 replies)
... I have a question for BTDT moms who've do you not lose your mind breastfeeding thru a growth spurt? ... (4 replies)
... To anyone whose bubs have gone through the 3 month growth spurt or to any mums that know about it is this spurt usually the biggest out of them? ... (4 replies)

Growth spurt
Dec 23, 2008
... I have read that growth spurts tend to occur in the 3 week, 6 week, and 3 month. ... (4 replies)
... My son was 12 weeks old Sunday. Yesterday and today not sleeping well, kinda fussy. Today he ate 40 freakin ounces!!! SO is this a growth spurt? ... (1 replies)
... this is a silly question, but how do you know it is a growth spurt? ... (5 replies)
... Oh! I think DS has hit his 3 month growth spurt. He was fussy yesterday. And today he has had crying fits all of a sudden showing he wants to nurse. ... (10 replies)
... and then of course is hungry for more not much later. When she gets in more oz., then she usually sleeps longer. But, how can I get her to take more when she is fussy and doesn't want it or falls asleep so fast? ... (3 replies)
... so I think its a growth spurt for her right now. ... (4 replies)
Fussy when eating?
May 29, 2007
... OMG! My baby is three weeks old and has been doing the exact same thing for about 4 days now. I finally figured out what the problem is. Infants go through a growth spurt at 3 weeks and this causes fussines during, and after feeds. ... (1 replies)
... Could it be a growth spurt? ... (4 replies)
... I cant tell if DS is teething, going through a growth spurt or what! He is 6mnths. He just got over a double ear infection, one of the ear drums ruptured, but he showed no signs of an infection. ... (7 replies)
... Are your sure it's not a growth spurt? ... (9 replies)
... Wanting to feed all the time, baby being really fussy and crying a lot, a lot of wind and extra dirty nappies. ... (12 replies)
... d it up to look around when up on my shoulder. I really want to get some gripe water to try. I also wonder if the mylicon drops work. Kailey has also been really fussy lately. I think our babies are in the 3 week growth spurt.I read that they tend to be fussy around this time. ... (43 replies)
... gets hiccups constantly, but with the cereal in it he barely spits up, if he does its a normal amount an nothing bad. he is much happier with it. hes never been fussy an still at 3 months now, with absolutely refuse to drink a bottle that doesnt have any rice in it, he will suck afew times an turn his head. ... (2 replies)
... a few sips of formula and cries. If he was really hungry he would drink the formula. He knows what he wants, that's Momma's milk. He is probably going through a growth spurt. ... (12 replies)
... totally normal. Lots of babies go through a fear stage, it can manifest itself in a myriad of ways, night time fears being one of them. It could also just be a fussy time, a growth period triggers those as well. ... (3 replies)
... p in the morning and get 5 oz. But now everytime I try and pump, even if I know my breast is full I can't get anything out. I think right now he may be staring a growth spurt, so that could be why he is draining me dry. ... (2 replies)
... Perhaps a growth spurt is occurring - which can make them fussy. Also, my ped has advised when infants are going through periods of major cognitive development (right before they develop new skills/abilities) that can affect their sleep patterns and mood, as well. Or maybe it was just "one of those days"...:) Good Luck! (3 replies)

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