Stop crying argh

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  1. Lilelephant

    Lilelephant Well-Known Member

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    O has been so unsettled he if he isn't asleep he is screaming and ran out of ideas for why :-(


     
  2. knopk@

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    Does he bring his legs up?
     
  3. Lisa_85

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    Issac has a whingy time from 4 til bedtime, he settles for a few mins its not colic and i try everything else he is just going through a phase.... i hope, and also hope it stops soon.

    Hope o settles for u soon xx
     
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    Issac has a whingy time from 4 til bedtime, he settles for a few mins its not colic and i try everything else he is just going through a phase.... i hope, and also hope it stops soon.

    Hope o settles for u soon xx
     
  5. Lilelephant

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    He more just kicks his legs around


     
  6. Sarah13

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    Could it be colic? Sometimes they have a moany fussy time of day where you cant settle them, Kynons is early evening until he goes to bed.
     
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    Have you tried massage hun? It can be wind, A used to kick his legs around and it was wind in his tummy
     
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    I think a lot of baby's get like that on the evening before bedtime as they are overtired.


     
  9. Lettie

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    Have you tried a warm bath? x
     
  10. JJ Mum

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    We used to pace about the house, I was never allowed to sit down and hold Devon, like he could feel my legs bending as I sat! Hope he gives you a break from the crying soon MrsMc

    Have you tried a dummy? None of mine ever took them, I did try when I needed to, but didn't work, might be worth a try, helps if it was colic too, as sucking helps pain, but a dummy is not more milk so not making problem worse like constant feeding
     
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  11. Lilelephant

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    Just gonna bath him now then it's bottle and bed fx he goes down


     
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    Hope he is ok hun, There must be something in the water today as Leo is the same. My mam thinks its wind as he is pulling his knees up. I gave him a back and a tummy rub and after a few pumps n burps he seems to be a little better. He is asleep in his crib at th moment so i must of done something right xx
     

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