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#1 of 2 Old 11-03-2006, 04:59 PM - Thread Starter
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Lucas is three months this coming Tuesday. Early this week (sunday-monday), I developed a sudden 100-degree fever, chills, and stomach upset. I was totally back to normal in 48 hours. Starting about Wednesday, ds has been wanting to nurse almost constantly, and when not nursing, tending to suck on his hand. Then yesterday and today he's been sleeping almost constantly. Like 2.5-3 hour naps, wake to eat, stay alert for 30 minutes to an hour, then back to sleep. Also since Tuesday or Wednesday his elimination pattern has gone from 2 poops a week to at least a skidmark every time we change diapers, and a pretty big poop every day. What's up, mamas? Just a growth spurt? Teething? I haven't changed anything in my diet recently, btw. And when he IS awake he's very alert and engaged, bright-eyed and happy, wants to play, etc. Babies are so stultifying sometimes. Any ideas?
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Sorry i don't really know but my DS (also named Lucas) is 6 months old and he did that all last week! sleeping allllllll the time and pooping like crazy! but he was happy and playing when he was awake so i didn't think too much of it and now thats over and he is back to only napping once or twice a day for an hour... who knows! babies are looney! (must get it from their mamas)

~Jaclyn~ Mama to Lucas Wyatt born 5-3-06
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