Monday, 25 March 2013

Cry Baby.

Posted by Gemma Kelly at 10:42:00

For the last couple of weeks Logan has gotten into the habit of quite long periods of crying, it tends to be around the same time each day, after his bath of an evening. He is happy most of the time, cooing, smiling, even trying to sit up and laugh but he becomes uncontrollable and it escalates fast, nothing settles him and there is nothing wrong, he is fed clean and changed but still he cries. It seems like wind, he is winded after every feed but when he cries it's like he has a griping pain in his tummy and nothing can relieve it. Seeing him get himself into this state is very stressful for both of us as parents, especially for me when I am at home alone with the boys and at times it has brought me to tears, knowing there is nothing I can do for him. I know what you are thinking, colic right? But even though it seems the crying is never ending it probably doesn't touch an hour before rocking him starts to calm him. Even still we are using infacol before each feed and have invested in some anti-colic bottles that seem to be helping. It's tough at the moment but hopefully it will soon be over and we will become a calmer household, at least free from crying anyway!


Have you cry baby problems? Any advice would be greatly accepted!

 

2 comments:

  1. Aw no i hope the phase passes soon. Its horrible when they cry and you cant find the reason why, they cant tell you so you end up feeling helpless. Maybe a car ride? I know my sister used to do that with her little one?

    WTPP - The little lady with a baby!

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    1. Thanks for the idea, motion really does help unfortunately we don't have our own car, at least all the rocking will reduce my bingo wings! X

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