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It depends... if I had just changed, fed, and burped her - I will let her cry a bit. She usually calms down and moves on. If it's been a while since I have done any of the previous tasks, I will move because she probably does need something.
H made her cry it out a week ago because he wanted some time with just me, and she had just been changed and fed. I felt bad, but it turned out OK.
LO really only ever cries at night if he is hungry. He only gets to the crying phase if I do not hear his quieter fussing before that. But yes I do get up and go to him right away.
In fact during the day I go to him right away if I hear him getting really fussy.
I don't like it when he cries
MermaidNM:Now I go immediately. Once we get a routine, it will be based on the noise and time and situation and his temperament. I am still getting to know him.
1and1is3:On a different note, were you able to find formula that works for you? I know that has also been a stressful situation for you. I hope you were able to get it resolved!
miraclemarie: 1and1is3:On a different note, were you able to find formula that works for you? I know that has also been a stressful situation for you. I hope you were able to get it resolved!
I do let her cry for a little before I go pick her up. I have noticed her cries are all different. However in the middle of the night I tend to just go to her more because the screaming is constant for almost an hour to 2 hours. As for the formula situation, yes we finally have. Thank goodness! She is now on Nutramigen from Emfamil. It's expensive but I personally don't care as long as she's eating something. She still is just getting used to it and only eating 1 ounce every 2 hours but they said 2/3 every 4 hours so we aren't stressing too much. It is a prescription based over the counter formula. Fingers crossed it works!! Thanks for asking.
I'm so glad you found something that works!! It's great not to have to deal with feeding issues on top of getting used to your baby right? So glad you found something :)