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09-12-2015 11:36 #11
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09-12-2015 12:22 #12
My ds2 had colic and by 12 weeks he was a different baby so fingers crossed you don't have long left!! The other thing that it could be though is more of a separation anxiety. My ds would scream as soon as I left the room at that age and also had to be held al the time. He wouldn't spend more than 5 mins in his pram before crying and I always had to be in sight at home.
I think it's just age related though as he's fine now at 6 months. He loves attention and cuddles but he doesn't need to see me all the time.
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09-12-2015 13:36 #13
I have a swing but didn't have batteries. Got some now. He's asleep in his vibrating bouncer right now from the car ride. Will try the swing later on. 😊
09-12-2015 13:37 #14
09-12-2015 13:38 #15
Just got some batteries for our swing, will try it later. He's currently dozing in his vibrating bouncer after the car ride put him to sleep
09-12-2015 15:16 #16
The swing is magic! 👐
09-12-2015 15:18 #17Senior Member
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I have been following your posts. Lol. Like a stalker. I don't have much advices because I am in the same shoes. Worse because DS doesn't sleep in sling, carrier, swing etc. even in my arms, he won't stay asleep. Hr cries the moment he opens his eyes. I haven't gotten out of the house for a very long time since my mom left. No one can give me advices on the formula. CHN, paed, GP. Feel so frustrating. Any reason aptamil is suggested?
09-12-2015 15:25 #18
I'm glad she was my first, dd2 is an angel in comparison, I had braced myself for another 4 months of hell lol. It must be such a shock the other way around- easy baby then hard!
It did end though, by 4 months. You're almost there......then they turn into demon toddlers before you know it!
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09-12-2015 15:46 #19
He slept in the swing for a bit, woke up briefly now dozing again.
I feel like he's going to get good and then I'll be back at work.
Ds1 was so enjoyable at this age. I'm so sad ds2 is having such a hard time.
I'm trying to take it one day at a time but sometimes they all melt into one and it feels never ending. I will stay optimistic as best i can!!
Edit: he's awake and whinging. Sigh. 😒
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09-12-2015 15:49 #20
@bbhope , i think she recommended aptamil because it has prebiotics in it to help with tummy issues. I was looking at thr new aptamil profutura one which had prebiotics and probiotics. Don't want to switch again though. I'll see how he goes over the next few weeks. I picked up 2 tins of aptamil gold +1 at big w yesterday so i at least want to use those and give his tummy time to get used to this one. It's so hard to find where i live though, always sold out.
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