• M
  • North Richland Hills, United States
  • 7 months ago

My baby cries all night...it’s driving me crazy

My daughter is about three months old and she cries all night. It doesn’t matter if I’ve made sure she’s been changed and fed. We’ve tried swaddling her, rocking her, and attempted the CIO method. But I end up giving in. She only wants to sleep when we are holding her which mean I get no sleep. My mom says I’m spoiling her and that I should simply let her cry it out but I feel so guilty. What can I do?
  • J
  • Columbus, United States
  • 3 months ago

First of all there’s no way you can spoil a baby...... they were inside of you for 9 months and just want to be close to you Your baby might have colic or gas build up. I’d suggest getting a cosleeper so she can sleep with you but you not have to hold her and it’ll encourage her not to want you to hold her while she sleeps

  • J
  • London, CA
  • 4 months ago

At 3 months old thats normal for your baby to wake and cry through the night.. you shouldnt let thrm cry it out that young to ne anyhow. If your baby falls asleep in you than let them they are little for only so long momma take it all in now you cant spoil a 3 month old ans if its by too much cuddles than so be it lol. Let your self enjoy the cuddles while you rock your baby to sleep. 💙 igbore ones eho say your spoiling them theyre bitter 😂

  • K
  • Bartlett, USA
  • 4 months ago

Is there an update to this? My 2 month old has been off her schedule of sleeping around 9 and mostly through the night so I'm worried this staying up late and waking up a lot is the new norm

  • M
  • North Richland Hills, United States
  • 4 months ago

It gets better around 4 months. But for awhile there it was just the norm.

  • K
  • Bartlett, USA
  • 4 months ago

Thanks 😊 she seems to go back and forth so oh well I suppose. Hopefully she does get better

  • A
  • Newton, United States
  • 4 months ago

At 4 months my son went through an awful sleep regression and would not sleep. We did CIO method with 5 minute intervals and after a few days he was sleeping so much better and at 8/9 months sleeping 12hours a night. It’s hard in the beginning. You aren’t spoiling your baby, they just want comfort. Do what you want. You know best :) xxx

  • K
  • Auburn, USA
  • 5 months ago

It could be a couple things needing to burp or fart. My daughter gets like that sometimes and ive held her and just rub her back to help sooth her.

  • I
  • Mill Park, Australia
  • 4 months ago

Try co sleeping maybe she just wants her mama

  • L
  • Gainesville, United States
  • 4 months ago

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