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... Oh yes, putting the baby down and the crying! Happened to me as well, and there I was sleeping on the couch at night with my son on me. It was the longest week. I then discovered the swaddle. Try swaddling your daughter very tightly. ... (6 replies)
... us and wrap her up !!!! This will make a world of difference, I promise! ... (10 replies)
... P.M. she seems to start crying and seems uncomfortable. I've tried everything from feedings, diaper changes, swing, holding, burping, vibrating chair etc. ... (10 replies)

... feed every 2 hours during the day because she was only 6 lbs 14 oz. At her first exam she was not gaining the wait she needed. They also recommend not allwoing a newborn to go more then 4 hours without a feeding and during the day she would sometimes sleep this long. ... (10 replies)
... I know I should go to another doctor to get a second oppinion, but have not had the time or energy to do so... We are going on our 3rd night of no sleep... ... (11 replies)
To Much Crying?
Jul 22, 2005
... My DS is 6 weeks and a crier. Newborns NEVER cry it out. It just doesn't happen they get tired but then they just take a break until they can start up again. When I was in the hospital after having him the nurses at night, would let the babies in the nursery cry. It kept me awake because they never stopped. ... (6 replies)
... is there any particular reason you are waking her for feedings? most doctors (and mothers) recommend letting your baby set their own feeding schedule. every two hours seems like a bit much, which could be the reason for the gas/colicky behavior by the end of the day. it could also be a foremilk/hindmilk imbalance, where baby is getting too much sugary foremilk and not... (10 replies)
... Nope...She slept well Friday night. She was up quite a bit Saturday, but I was sick, so DH took her monitor into the other room and got her all night. Last night was the night that broke the camels back. ... (12 replies)
... She stayed up until 6 that morning crying. ... (18 replies)
... bed cosleeper. Either way, within a minute of being put down, she wakes up crying, which quickly changes to a wail. ... (4 replies)
Cio
Mar 24, 2006
... I cannot stress enough how much of a difference it makes. Our first two were born during the tummy sleeping era. It was foreign to me to hear of young infants crying themselves to sleep. ... (18 replies)
... Help! She's been fussy since about 4 pm... and nursing poorly all afternoon. When she's nursing she barely sucks a few times and then whimpers and strains and grunts. And is repeatedly popping off the breast. ... (7 replies)
... I had your same fears when my DD was only a few weeks old. I swore she was a "difficult" baby and looked up every article I could find on that. ... (6 replies)
... Well, my lactation consultant thinks she's discovered the culprit of my overly fussy baby. She says she's pretty sure its intolerence to dairy. So I get to cut ALL dairy from my diet. Yay. ... (18 replies)
... s, but on the other hand the Karo syrup will possibly get DS hooked on sugary sweet stuff. So, we tried the prune juice yesterday and he was in severe gas pains all day combined with uncontrollable screaming. Finally at 2 a.m. he fell asleep after DH massaged his stomach and he didn't wake up to feed until 8 a.m. today. ... (10 replies)
... She had been doing so great...then all of a sudden DH and I were getting up with her about every hour. She would cry. ... (21 replies)
"Baby Wearing"
May 25, 2006
... and with the breast she got my warmth, my smell, my heartbeat, my love... all of which is lacking with a pacifier. Don't get me wrong, I do use a pacifier, but the bulk of her comfort nursing is done on my breast. ... (35 replies)
... I know that you really want your baby to sleep in his own crib. That is really great. You are also a worried mother. Which we all are. I so understand your concerns. Like i said i my last post i truely know how you feel. Since i lost my brother. It is very scary. ... (23 replies)
... Lynn I know exactly what you feel. Although I stopped bleeding at 3 weeks but i still did all the usual housework as far as cleaning, cooking, laundry and etc. ... (17 replies)


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