Unsettled?

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  1. Lilelephant

    Lilelephant Well-Known Member

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    O is really content and only ever cries for his bottle but tonight he is clean fed abd currently being cuddles by OH but he is literally screaming?!?
    He doesnt have a temp or anything!
    I am not liking it I hate seeing him so upset!

    Any advice mummies?


     
  2. Cazza

    Cazza Well-Known Member

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    We had a grizzle monster here last night and today she is a snot box!!

    She didn't have a temp last night either and was clingy and didn't settle.

    So maybe a little cold is brewing??
     
  3. Lilelephant

    Lilelephant Well-Known Member

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    Maybe cazza more little mite does the cutest bottom lip quiver he he


     
  4. LaurenMM

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    Ahhh the dreaded lip quiver! Hate it, it breaks my heart :( xx
     
  5. Lilelephant

    Lilelephant Well-Known Member

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    Mine to Lauren bless them


     
  6. Laura_C

    Laura_C Well-Known Member

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    Yeah it's probably a sign he might come down with some over the next couple of days. When Sophia was like this she had an off tummy and gripe water helped. Only needed it for a few days and she was back to normal again. Are his poo's ok?
     
  7. pinkyprincess

    pinkyprincess Well-Known Member

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    Could he be overtired? Ty only gets hysterical if he's tired. I find walking with his head on my shoulder, rubbing his back and talking softly to him helps.


     
  8. Lilelephant

    Lilelephant Well-Known Member

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    Laura his poo is normal :)
    Becky possibly over tired he has had a busy day


     
  9. Olive

    Olive Well-Known Member

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    I had this earlier and naked time solved the problem. Maybe just needs to be free and easy? lol.

    B usually settles if upset when I hold him and kind of rock him. Don't know if that'll work?

    Hope he is better soon. I hate it when B cries too and the lip quiver kills me!

    xx
     
  10. Laura_C

    Laura_C Well-Known Member

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    Good that his poo is fine so doesn't sound like an off tum :)

    Was going to say he could be fighting going to sleep, my LO was the same about O's age and still does the same when shes had a busy day the little tinker ;)
     
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    Sophie has been like this for a couple of days and today whilst at grannies she was really sick. She's come home tonight upset but had a nice bath and cuddles and seems to have settled loads easier tonight. I'm guessing she just needed to get it out of her system
     
  12. ChrissieCool

    ChrissieCool Well-Known Member

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    Could it be wind? Only time Jake cries really is with wind or his gums from teething, when he has wind his tummy goes hard and he screams and his little lip trembles xxx
     
  13. littlemiss83

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    :hugs:

    Kayden gets hysterical at times too. Its worrying, but totally normal.

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