My son is 3 weeks old and wants to be held all the time. I'm not a supporter of the "cry it out" method so I simply hold and snuggle and comfort him all day; I understand he's still very young and that it is normal for them to want mama and constant closeness. However, I'm not getting any rest during the day and feel over stimulated and frustrated that he can never be put down. He tolerates the swing or bouncy seat for less than 15 minutes, and doesn't seem to care for it for that small bit of time anyway. He seems to like the Moby wrap but I dont feel comfortable sleeping with it on. My caregiver cannot maintain this constant holding when I return to work due to balancing caring for other children as well, and I really need rest and just a few moments here and there where I have my body to myself. Do any of you have advice for helping babies be more comfortable in swing/bouncy and not need constant holding/bouncing/rocking? Again, I know he's very young and that it's normal for them to want closeness and their mama. I'm trying to find a way to balance that with feeling sane and being able to get some sort of rest. Thanks for the support and advice!