@Molly my LB was the same, and everyone told me to put him down but I never 🤣 he’s now 6 months and I’m the last person he wants 🤣😭💙 xx
My baby boy loved being held when he was little and to be honest I just came to terms with the fact that the housework etc can wait. Looking back I'm glad I cuddled him constantly. 💕everyone told me to put him down otherwise he would become really clingy but he's actually quite the opposite now, he can't get away from me quick enough and he's only just turned 1. So, it doesn't last forever. You also find new routines for yourself, for example showering etc. That will fall into place naturally when you realise what works and what doesn't. The other thing was we got a snuggle nest pillow thing for my baby to sleep in. He loved it, he never liked big empty spaces. He also loved his bouncer, I would rock him up and down in it until he fell asleep - even if it only buys you 15 mins. But overall I'd just say try and remember it doesn't last forever and if you can, make the most of it! You'll never get these days again, as tough as they may seem at the moment. Xx
You’re doing a grand job but please please try and enjoy this whilst you can, can you shower whilst she’s sleeping at night? Have you got anything you can put her on you during the day? Trust me I know how hard it is, I’m a single parent so I’m doing it all.. it’s tough when all you want is to wash your hair 🤣 it won’t last forever. I used to lay my LB down by bum first then legs and then head,if she starts to wiggle or cry place the palm of your hand lightly but firmly on her stomach and the other forehead… or failing that I used to tap his bum. I hope you’re okay. ✨💙
You need to look for a nanny to help out with chores.