Well, I would LOVE for it to be some kind of sensory overload versus colic (i.e. colic being, I think...something in my milk hurting his stomach, or general gassy, stomach/intestinal pain.) I mean, sensory overload I feel like I can do something about that....stomach-belly-gassy-hurting stuff is so intangible and much harder...plus painful.
I've had him in the Moby for most of the morning, only taking him out to change him, nurse him, and once feed DD something messy that needed more hands on. He's been sleeping a lot, so hopefully we'll have a better night. Although he has been crying...maybe I am just sensitive to it now and on edge because I'm worried about him.
MAN I just wanted my second to be an easy, sleepy baby!
Poor little guy. It ticks me off that my milk/his feeding might be an issue. He pops off a lot and fusses at the breast, then spits up. He sucks in a lot of air and makes little wooting noises while nursing (lol...I can't think of what word describes the sound, but it's air going in, I am fairly certain.) This makes me think it's air and not an allergy to dairy or something.
I gave him two Hyland's colic tablets that I had in the cabinet for DD. We'll see. Fingers crossed, I guess. Two more months would be a lot for him (and me!) to handle. Sigh.