@kvacmak Oh, I've been there! I wish LO would have found relief on his stomach, I would have gladly been okay with just rocking in his nursery while he slept. We dealt with the gas/pooping issue around weeks 4-7, and still are, but it's gotten so much better. LO will be 10 weeks this Wednesday. I realized when my alarm went off at 5:15 this morning, that we need to get a move on with our upstairs remodel, or make the journey up and down stairs if we move DS up into his nursery. He's in our bedroom that we have downstairs that has a joining room. It's used as mine and DH's changing room and DH's computer desk is in there. Well, it's where we both would get ready in the mornings if the other was sleeping, so the other wouldn't be bothered or woken up. We put DS's bassinet in the office last week, to make a little more room for us to maneuver around, in the bedroom. Well, I had to feel my way around the office this morning to grab my makeup, clothes, and other belongings and bring them into the bathroom, all because I couldn't turn a light in in there or our bedroom, as DS and DH were still sleeping. DH had to pick up the bassinet and move DS back into the bedroom once his alarm went off, because he wears glasses and would have never been able to get his way around in the dark.
My LO is 8 weeks, and has been a consistent sleeper since around week 5. I went back to work yesterday, so yesterday she decided she is no longer going to sleep well, and I'm on night 2 of up for hours in the middle of the night. Ugh! I used to feed and just plop her in the bassinet and she would pass out, now she fusses for ever!
DS1 01/08/03 DD1 08/11/04 DD2 10/06/08 DS2 09/30/14
SURPRISE! Hannah May born 01/22/16
One of my most favorite things about having a baby is after a bath and lotion and new jammies, to cuddle up and just smell him. I swear that scent and the cuddles are like a high. Even if he was a monster that day, I just can't get enough of him then.