It's me again. I've been posting last month about my baby's screaming problem, so we've desided just to wait. Now it's another thing. She starts crying as soon as i start breastfeeding her after bath. She keeps strong while i change her after the bath, but then...she starts eating and every couple of seconds she starts crying like if something hurts for at least 10 min. It's been for a month like this, and it doesn't go away like the other cry did. What is that?
babies that young do not cry for no reason,,,shes sounding uncomfortable...like above poster said,,,how about feeding first then a nice luke warm bath...mine always pooped after nursing so if yours is similar a bath after would be great..then make sure shes burped good,,,rock her a bit and lay her down....my first cried from frustration of being tired...if she still is crying after 10 minutes pick her up something else is wrong....you cn not apoil a baby as young as her.
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