Help Fussy Baby At 3 1 2 Months All Of A Sudden

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hmreyna - June 15

My ds is 3 and 1/2 months now and he use to Only cry when he was hungry. We always told people how lucky we were... now he seems to cry all the time!! It started a couple of days ago and he just doesn't seem happy anymore.... I will feed him, change his diaper, give him gas drops, he naps all the time, and he is still fussy!! any suggestions..... I am going crazy!!

 

hmreyna - June 15

Oh, and he eats a 5 1/2 ounce bottle like every 2-3 hours during the day!! He sleeps from 9-9:30pm to 7:00am though and doesent eat.... Is he getting enough to eat or should I start giving him more... ugg I just don't know what to do!!

 

YC - June 15

He may be teething. My daughter started teething around that age and was fussy. SHe is 6 months and still no teeth.

 

hmreyna - June 15

Sorry, one more thing..... how many ounces should a 3 1/2 month old eat?

 

Rabbits07 - June 15

It's because you bragged on him. I'm a firm believer that babies and children will always make a liar out of you. LOL. I'm (partly) kidding. I agree with the others though that it's probably teething. It sounds like he's getting plenty to eat. Sometimes they get fussy too when they start hitting a developmental milestone so keep an eye on that also. About the partly kidding thing...when all mine were babies they always seemed to have this habit (not intentional of course) of making me look like a liar. If I said they could do something new, they would never do it when someone was actually watching and if I bragged about some good behavior they would do the total opposite when someone was watching.

 

Amy_mommy - June 15

omg, RABBIT, I AGREE WITH U ON THE WHOLE "PARTLY KIDDING'' THING.....I DON'T WANT TO BRAG.........AND SUCH AND SUCH......HAHAHHA

 

BaileysMummy - June 16

I agree that it could be teething. If he is beginning to eat more and is unsatisfied, he could be wanting solids. Although most doctors recommend from 6 months, but not before 4. Bailey started to fuss when he was 4 months old because he wanted solids (he started refusing his milk and tried to eat everything)

 

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