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Dec 16th, 2012, 02:27 AM   #16
It is common to feel frustration, anxiety, and even anger when faced with a crying baby—especially if your baby wails for hours on end and won’t calm down. Equally frustrating is a baby who seems indifferent, upset, or who won’t cuddle or make eye contact with you.

In stressful situations like this—when your baby won’t stop crying or won’t respond to you and when you are feeling frustrated, tired and angry—you need to develop some strategies for taking care of yourself. When you’re calm and centered, you’ll be better able to figure out what’s going on with your child and soothe his or her cries.
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Dec 16th, 2012, 22:59 PM   #17
Us women get the raw deal all the time! We're generally hormonal even without a baby!!

I cry at everything. Tv adverts, washing up, hoovering etc literally everything.

I got a frog in my throat watching Kate Middleton and thinking she has a tiny baby in there!!!

Lol xx
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Dec 17th, 2012, 17:28 PM   #18
I sometimes look at my LO and just cry... I'm not sad. I just cry. I cry at Corrie, deal or no deal... I cried when I saw an old man struggling to cross the road! So not like me at all... Hormones!! Your not alone xxx
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Dec 17th, 2012, 18:27 PM   #19
I cried at them dancing on strictly !! I couldn't let hubby see me tho he would have taken the p lol xx


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Dec 26th, 2012, 13:27 PM   #20
It could be post natal depression, best to mention your concerns to your health visitor or GP.
I suffer from depression & am going straight onto anti depressents once I've had Max. Good luck xx

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Dec 28th, 2012, 21:13 PM   #21
Perfectly normal hun.

I was an emotional wreck for about 2 weeks after DD was born. It's just your hormones settling down
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Dec 29th, 2012, 21:36 PM   #22
I cried up until k was around 7 weeks and I still cry now at times and he's 13 weeks xx

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Dec 30th, 2012, 18:00 PM   #23
i cried at everything after id had Alyssa, happy or sad id cry. sometimes when i was neither and for no reason. it does make you feel a bit insane but its normal

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Dec 30th, 2012, 23:34 PM   #24
Hi ladies! Just to let you all know I made this thread when H was 10 days old, he's now 2 months and I'm all good! Still have the odd blub here & there like most of you but I have no worries or concerns! I was quite an emotional person anyway so add the hormones on top & I cry at the most ridiculous things ha! I cried the other day looking at lo's hands. They're just so tiny & perfect and I just love them! Was saying that to oh & just stated blubbing lol!! Hope your all good lovlies xxx

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