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March 3rd, 2014, 08:25 AM
melissalaw's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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Does your baby have a certain time of the day where he or she is fussy every day? It seems every night between 10:00 pm and 1:00 am Christian is up and fussy. he wants to nurse alot and just wants to be held. The rest of the day he is fine and very rarely fussy so that's nice. I don't remember my other two being fussy at the same time every day.

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March 3rd, 2014, 11:38 AM
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Saturday night walker was really fussy. He screamed at the top of his lungs on and off from 9 till 1. He kept wanting more of his bottle and that was the only thing that would calm him down. He would fall asleep drinking and I could take the bottle away and he would stay asleep. I would lay him on my chest to burp him and let him sleep for about 15 mins then would try to put him down in his play pen to sleep and he would wake right back up and start screaming again. So we got no sleep Saturday night. But we found out that he had air bubbles stuck in his tummy. But that is the only night he has done that since he was born on Wednesday.
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March 4th, 2014, 08:10 AM
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Penelope is fussy in the evenings. Not terribly because she's a really laid back baby but just kind of squirmy and seems uncomfortable. It's usually from like 7-10/11. A bath usually helps.

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March 7th, 2014, 07:28 AM
victoria0294's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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Yes- both my girls are fussy from 8 or 9 pm until after they eat at 12 and 1 am. Which really sucks because I try to sleep from 9pm-midnight so I can do the 12/1 and 3/4 feedings so DH can get more sleep, but it just hasn't been possible. Last night I woke to Ashley screaming her head off, so I got up and DH had given Melody mommy's bliss gripe water for hiccups (which I told him not to because her tummy can't handle that brand- it doesn't need to be refrigerated but is more strong and she always spits up from it). Well Melody threw up her whole previous bottle after he gave it to her, so he was trying to clean all that up and Ashley was upset because she wanted to be held.
It was a rough night to say the least! I was peeved with DH because I specifically told him not to give her that brand! Then of course Melody was really fussy an hour before she was to eat because she's thrown up her previous bottle and was hungry!
Ugh. Hopefully tonight will be better, because I'm pooped!!

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March 8th, 2014, 09:42 PM
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He'll just up and start crying sometime in the late afternoon, but all we've gotta do to calm him down is put his ear to a chest so he can hear a heartbeat. Ashley on the other hand, will start fussing whining and fit throwing if it even looks like mommy is going to start nursing her brother before daddy get's home in the morning.
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March 9th, 2014, 04:13 AM
melaniek85's Avatar Frankie and Ronin's mommy
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Ronin is really fussy from 9pm-11pm. All he wants to do is be held, bounced, or nursed a lot.
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