Let me start off by stating that I am sure there will be many spelling and grammar errors, I don't have the energy to proof read and correct right now. I am a FTM, My son is 5.5 months, very sensitive to multiple foods, has silent (but I can hear it) reflux (wrote a post on here b4 about this but will probably get into it some more again), has torticollis, is teething (making reflux much worse) and fights falling asleep (sweat and tears involved in this process most of the time con count on 1 hand the time he hasn't screamed when trying to get him to sleep), oh yes, I believe he is working on a growth spurt as well (nursing more often). I am so overwhelmed right now with all of this. I have cut out many things in my diet, to name a few; wheat, dairy, eggs, many vegetables, some fruits, chocolate, pepper, tomatoes and caffeine well I could go on but...) I have a hard time eating and getting nutrients I should. Since he is teething his reflux (he is on Zantac) has flaired up so much and has been so fussy but I dont know if it is from teething, reflux or upcomming growth spurt... My brain is fried, I am mentally and physically drained-- my arms are so tired.... I hold him most of the day he takes his naps on me so therefore I can't always get up and get food when I want or even pee when I need to... We have been working on his naps and he is starting to let me put him in swing to get him to sleep just a few times now. It breaks my heart that he has reflux and I don't let him just cry I do whatever I can to keep him from crying. He LOVES to get out of the house and so do I but it is si difficult because he hates the carseat- only when he is sleepy though because As I already mentioned he fights sleep- and since he doesn't sleep well in the day he always seems sleepy especially in the car so he screams his heady off-- I'm talking serious screaming.... Anyways I already hold him often and I feed on demand I am getting worn slap out right now because he is eating often- I can't say how often because I have lost all concept of time since having him and I rarely look at clock, I just know its often.... And to top it off he has congenital muscular torticollis (certain Neck muscles are tight and cause head to tilt one way and can cause miss happen head which his is slightly) which is tough on him too. I know these are not all issues with breastfeeding (well actually every single one makes it more and more challenging) but I wasn't sure where to write and I just needed to write because I dont have anyone around me who understand the stress I believe. Thank you for listening! We are off to bed (I discovered letting him sleep with me makes it much easier at night since he eats multi x at night) he is already asleep so now I will attempt to carry him in there w/o waking him! Again thanks!