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October 15th, 2012, 11:42 AM
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I just can't understand anymore! Why is she crying so much!? I understand she might have separation anxiety but what can I do? If Im not holding her she screams/cries. I can't go pee, do the dishes or sweep/mop, I literally can't get anything done. If I try she will start screaming/crying uncontrollably until I pick her up and then she demands to nurse. today I nursed at 9:30am 11am 12:30pm 1:30pm and just finished at 2:15pm. I cant keep her happy and she refused to eat any solids today. Im on af so I know my supply dropped some but she refuses to take formula by its self and I cant pump enough to supply her with any booby milk to satisfy her. We are at wits end, we want to be able to do things without her wanting to be attached to us. (if I'm home its me, while Im at school its daddy) I want to cry!!
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October 15th, 2012, 03:26 PM
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I sorry. I hope it gets better for you. ((hugs)) Wish I was closer to come visit.
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October 15th, 2012, 06:56 PM
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It sounds like it's probably just a phase. I wonder if she's getting ready to walk? They say sometimes a baby will all of a sudden want to nurse more frequently when they reach a milestone that exerts their independence. Another thought is teeth? My lil' guy is also fighting me on solids recently but he's had an ear infection. If it continues, you might want to call the pedi.

In the meantime....remember that this too shall pass. Hope things get easier for ya!
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October 15th, 2012, 07:26 PM
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I know you want her to be ok independently, but is there any way you can wear her in a back carry to get things done? Thats how i get my house clean, just throw her in the ergo and hit it running. It takes a little longer, but at least im doing it... Hope it gets better soon!
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October 16th, 2012, 05:11 AM
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Sorry i have no advice but i wanted to say i hope its something that passes quickly!!! Gio gets really clingy sometimes and won't even go to DH, it's frustrating when there's things to be done but i think it's teething related over here. Either way i hope things get better for you soon!
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October 16th, 2012, 05:16 AM
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I hope things get better soon! Gary went through that, a few weeks ago and then he had teeth coming in so maybe its that?
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October 16th, 2012, 09:25 AM
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It sounds like it's probably just a phase. I wonder if she's getting ready to walk? They say sometimes a baby will all of a sudden want to nurse more frequently when they reach a milestone that exerts their independence. Another thought is teeth? My lil' guy is also fighting me on solids recently but he's had an ear infection. If it continues, you might want to call the pedi.

In the meantime....remember that this too shall pass. Hope things get easier for ya!
^ Totally what I was going to say. I would bet it is either teething or a new milestone. The week my little guy was learning to walk he was up 4x a night. Not cranky or anything.. he just wanted milk.. but still annoying nonetheless. Now that we're finally past all the movement things he's been sleeping through the whole night! Just hang in there mama. Soon she'll never be a widdle baby again
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October 17th, 2012, 10:45 AM
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Thanks ladies, Ive been fighting off the what I think is the flu. Which her acting this way isnt helping. I just picked up another carrier and will try putting her in that while doing chores. She is teething since the 24 of last month, it still hasnt come through all the way and she stands up all by herself. So Maybe she is getting ready to walk IDK but I need some rest.
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October 17th, 2012, 01:31 PM
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*hugs* sorry momma. I am going through this with Christian. If I walk away when hes not looking hes fine, but if he sees me walk away he is a total mess. I sneak out when he is at daycare :/ Hope it passes soon!
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