Sunday, August 25, 2013

Poor baby, Poor mommy and daddy!

After waking up at 2, 3, and 4 this morning, my goofy kid woke up at 7:30, bright eyed. until 8:30, at which point he began to wail. He's stuffed full from having a bottle at 2, 3, and 4 last night, and then another 3 ounces this morning at 8. I can't rock him, hold him, or walk with him enough to help him. He has tylenol in his system, no fever that I can tell, and no obvious teeth coming in. So, at 9:15, after he gave a huge yawn and eye rub, I laid him in his crib. He proceeded to cry for 20 minutes, then continued with a low grade whine for the next 15.

You'd think after that much crying he'd be tired of crying and just sleep. It rather amazes me that he still has a voice to cry with.

Poor MSJ, after being awake while nathan cried, he had to get up and go to work at 7AM. I don't know how he did it, because I'm going to go take a nap while nathan is sleeping!

Poor guy, I have no idea how to help him. Any ideas?


1 comment:

ste said...

(Please excuse me if this is a repeat. Something weird just happened.) My sister used to tell me that sometimes you don't know what was going on until it was over. My 4.5 year old was crying 4 times last night, not fully awake, but not able to settle herself to sleep. Sometimes, all you can do is get through it, give your little guy lots of love and nap when you can! Oh, and sometimes I thought that teething can be a pain even when you can't see anything because those little buggers have a distance to go just to get to the tops of the gums.

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