crying...

My baby girl is 7 weeks tomorrow and it seems she never stops crying. she wants to be constantly held but even then it has to be just right you have to walk with her, sing to her, rock her. I do every thing in my power to calm her down once i do she is happy and content to just be in my arms but if i put her down shes crying before shes even out of my hands completely. I know the arguments of baby wearing and such and I do understand babies this young really do just want to be held constantly but I do have to shower, use the bathroom, cook in the oven. I cant do that with a child attached to my chest. she doesn't nap during the day anymore as she is sleeping through the night and will always wake when not in my arms during the day... I'm at a lose, I cannot do anything during the day without her screaming... I guess i'm just venting but a little support or advice would be appreciated :(

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    08/06/14
    I learned quickly that she was going to have to be a tummy sleeper. I don't believe her formula does bother her at all she has never spit up and has completely normal poops and she doesn't kick her legs like her tummy is hurting her. When she sleeps during the day its 20 minutes at the most. When i put her down at night I do have her swaddled against me so her blankets do smell like mommy when she gets put down. The day time can just be hard when I'm all alone.
    This is why humans lived in groups or "tribes" ... it really does take a village. I only have two hands.
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      08/06/14
      I learned quickly that she was going to have to be a tummy sleeper. I don't believe her formula does bother her at all she has never spit up and has completely normal poops and she doesn't kick her legs like her tummy is hurting her. When she sleeps during the day its 20 minutes at the most. When i put her down at night I do have her swaddled against me so her blankets do smell like mommy when she gets put down. The day time can just be hard when I'm all alone.
      This is why humans lived in groups or "tribes" ... it really does take a village. I only have two hands.
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        08/06/14
        Try finding something that comforts her. I use a little bassinet and bouncer which both have "vibration" that seems to help A LOT and also try getting a sound maker that has womb sounds or heartbeat that could also be of help.....and I can not say this enough gas drops I was using with my little guy when he was only a week old, not gonna hurt and it sure seems to help my little guy! Best of luck!!!
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