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poor baby I cried along with him when he got them... and right now hes not feeling good! he feels warm so Ive been giving him Tylenol so hopefully he will snap out of this soon... I feel so bad for him! wish I could take it in his place... how long does this last?
its so sad seeing them suffer... but I really love our nurse! she was telling me the whole time that it scared him and you can tell because babies throw their arms out when they get scared... doesnt make it any easier...
I believe the reactions could last a couple weeks. If you are crying he will play off of that emotion so try to be strong for him and he may not be as sad. When jayden was really sick I noticed that when I was sad about it he seemed a lot worse but once I stopped being sad he seemed a lot better. Our emotions are always affecting them.
Poor Landon! When Alexandra had her shots I tried to be strong and not cry. My DH who was holding her actually did cry a little. It stinks to see your baby in pain and crying so desperately! Hoping the little guy feels better soon. I would say the first two days Alexandra ran a low fever (we gave her Pediacare---acetaminophen three times over both days) and for a few days after she was a little out of sorts (sleeping more, eating less, a little fussy/cranky). Not looking forward to repeating this in two months!