Re: In need of help
This sounds like a growth spurt to me. There are big spurts that typically hit around 3 weeks, 6 weeks, 3 months, and then sometimes later in the first year, maybe around 6-9 months. During a spurt, a baby wants to feed almost constantly. If this is a spurt, the best thing you can do is to roll with it- it should pass in a week.
Are you wearing your baby in a sling? Some moms discover that they can nurse on the go, allowing them to feel less pinned down and to accomplish one-handed tasks. And babies tend to be a lot happier in slings- most babies hate being put down because they instinctively know that being put down means being at greater risk from cold, hunger, and predators. Babies don't know that we don't live in caves, with hungry tigers prowling outside!
2 other possible explanations for what you're seeing: teething and illness. Teething can start at 3 months, and when it does a lot of babies exhibit increased need for at-the-breast soothing. And illness is always a possibility- IIRC, you have older kids? One of them could have dragged home a germ that's making your LO extra fussy. You might want to have the pediatrician take a look in baby's ears.
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