Help My Daughter Was Kidnapped By Princess Whiny

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Jamie - December 23

The last two days she has been soooo whiney and grumpy and fussy...she won't nap more than 30 minutes, she didn't sleep last night, and she's basically just been a brat....I'm about ready to pull my hair out...I have to clean my house, cook dinner tomorrow, bake cookies...and deal with a bratty kid!!! Someone please help me get my angel back!!

 

TC - December 23

Do you think that she could be teething. If memory serves me correctly, she is 4 mos right? Have you eaten something that might have made her stomache upset? (you are b___stfeeding, right?)

 

Jamie - December 23

I know she's definately teething - I gave her oragel, teething tablets, tylenol, cold wash cloth, biter biscuits, everything...nothing helped; I haven't eaten anything unusual the last few days...I finally got her to sleep just now...I had to leave her to scream in her room for 10 minutes and then went and rocked her - she fell asleep pretty quickly...but I don't want to have to do that all the time!!!

 

TC - December 23

She might be fussy bc of the teething. Do you think that you gave her enough tylenol? I was talking with a friend that was only giving her 3mo old a dosage of .2 and was not getting any results. That was not enough for her baby. Also, sometimes when a baby is teething they become extra needy and crabby. I know that you are really not interested in a grouchy baby especially at this time so I will cross my fingers and hope that this pa__ses quickly.

 

Jamie - December 23

I gave her .4 mL yesterday with no result...today I gave her .8...that may have been what helped her go to sleep finally, since I gave it to her about 45 minutes before she actually fell asleep. I'm just exhausted...I have so much to do, and no energy to do it cause I was up all night with the baby...DH took her this morning to let me get a few hours of rest, but now he's exhausted too, and I'm worried that she's gonna be like this tomorrow and Sunday. :(

 

Jamie - December 23

True to recent form, she slept for 30 min and woke up screaming.

 

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