She's 11 weeks old. And for the past two weeks, she's been fussing like it's her job. Well, it is her job, but still. Her nonstop fussing is starting to make me a bit batty. I literally cannot set her down for a moment.
Late-onset colic? Early teething? Reflux? Milk protein sensitivity? General fussiness? Growth spurt?
All of these things have crossed my mind. She fusses non-stop throughout the day and must be held almost all of the time (upright, against my shoulder, standing, not sitting) and will only nap when held this specific way or nursing. She refuses to go down until 9:30 most nights, but then redeems her daytime behavior with a solid, good sleep that goes until 7 or 8. So. . .
I guess I probably shouldn't complain, but it's hard to be the only source of comfort during the day with a busy toddler also needing my attention. When she cries, she stiffens and seems in pain. She seems better after a good burp or messy diaper. I sometimes wonder if she might have reflux. She does spit up a lot. But then she sleeps like a champ at night, after feed.
So. . . . again. Your thoughts?