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Nope. Now I am right now cuz who woudln't wanna cuddle her and sniff her head while im in the lazy boy, but she is content so far to be wrapped up good and put in the pack n play while I do other stuff around the house.
I will be breaking out the moby soon though. I love wearing my baby!
I feel like I'm holding him all the time because he is constantly nursing. He is happy in his cradle at night and his swing and carrier during the day when he's not eating. This week I'm going to make an effort to put him in his crib or pack n play for naps.
nope. No holding all day. I don't have the time! But when I do, I do love to cuddle with him
Since he's fluxing, if he's awake he typically has to be held or he isn't happy.. but he's not awake all that often so it hasn't been an issue yet and will hopefully be taken care of Monday when we see the doctor.
And because of the reflux we're currently cosleeping, makes everyone a lot more comfortable, so I get tons of cuddle time
I never know what is the right balance. I almost feel guilty if she's awake in a swing or vibrating chair... and I'm not holding her. But if she's happy, I'm happy. She gets a lot of holding with visitors and when I'm nursing her... but I am trying to set a sleeping habit that I can put her in the pack n play or crib and she'll sleep there without being held. The first week was a no-go for this, but the second week its gotten a lot better.