Re: 2 months old & EXTREMELY fussy!
babies can be savvy when it comes to reading our moods. your LO might want a leisurely meal. but mornings are busy and everyone needs to be a team member to get out the door in time. On the mornings you are working be sure you have plenty of milk for day care use. If you can charm him into nursing during the late hours of the night, wee hours of the morning, great. try to find time to pump before you leave for work. keep the lines of communication open with day care so they know to feed him if your LO skipped his a.m. feeding. he might be calmer in the afternoons when the Two of you are home and there is nothing else on the agenda.
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