Yes, I'm remembering that I went hyper after the birth of my daughter and ended up on Zoloft because of anxiety which went away when I got my levels fixed. It's funny how you forget these things.
I can't fall asleep even when I get a chance so it's very likely that that's the problem.
Baby has spit up every single time I've fed him this morning and he seems famished so we're going in for a weight check and to see if he's okay. He's been stuffy all week too. I'm frustrated that the LC doesn't seem to care that the latch is shallow and painful, or that it takes him many small meals to get full. All she seems to care about is whether or not he's eating then she washes her hands of him. Grr.
Also I gave baby a new type of pacifier- this has cost a small fortune... he fought it all night then finally took it when daddy gave it to him and his suck was off the next few feedings! Baby can't have ANY artificial nipples without getting confused VERY quickly!! Which is not good for things like spending hours at the hospital for my PP checkup because he'll have to go to that germy place with me.
Anyway, I was fine with safe cosleeping, because it seems so right, I mean did early Hominids have cribs? No, they slept with their babies. All the Anthropological data completely backs up cosleeping as the way to go, but then there was my Ped with this recent study showing that even if you don't smoke, you BF etc, cosleeping is unsafe. I trust Dr Sears and people like McKenna more than some random study based on possibly skewed numbers though because they actually studied the connection between mother and baby. But I want my bed back occasionally.