Oh mama! You're all stressed from the move, and it sounds like your babe has hit the four month sleep regression! All of a sudden, the world is so exciting during the day that he wants to do all his eating at night, and also, there's that rolling thing.
(But at a guess, he's probably not all that stressed out - you are the foundation of his universe, and you're still handy. For a kid his age, stability is all about the source of the breastmilk. He may be picking up on your stress though, and fussing accordingly.)
I have a bunch of suggestions, take what works for you and leave the rest.
- Might swaddling help? It might make it harder for him to roll and kick you at night. Alternatively, would a crib or bassinette in your room (or down the hall) help you all sleep? I would try swaddling first - I know that the books say it's just a thing for the fourth trimester, but my son needed to be swaddled to sleep for eight months so I kinda think the books aren't always right. The crib or bassinette option is harder on you in one sense (more getting up), but easier in others (less kicking).
- During the day, can you try and nurse him someplace dim, quiet and boring? This is one of the standard recommendations for getting through the sleep regression. It makes him more likely to eat during the day and therefore less likely to be hungry at night.
- Have a glass of wine, take a hot bath, do whatever it is you do to mellow yourself out.
- Call in help if you can - sometimes someone fresh and energetic can work wonders, whether it's taking the baby for a walk so you can nap, or actually getting the baby to nap.
- At around this age, we found that an evening walk put our son right to sleep. In either the stroller or the carrier, the rythym of movement and the fresh air would combine to put him to sleep. (For some babies, fresh air has an incredible effect. My DS would literally stop screaming the *moment* we stepped onto the porch. He's two and it still sometimes works. Also, while I love babywearing, the stroller has a huge advantage in that a baby asleep in a stroller can be left in the stroller - and effectively supervised by anyone quietly occupied in the same room. So if the walk thing works, you could get in some time to read, or netsurf, or unpack, or lie on the sofa next to the stroller and take a nap.)