I just had my baby boy on the 11th. He a my first baby and I am sleep deprived and weepy lol. One big problem I keep having is he keeps peeing all over himself espically at night. I have to change his clothes 2-3 times every night. He is not peeing though the diaper but it is coming out somewhere and getting all over his clothes. On the side, back and sometimes front. I always push his little weenie down so I don't understand dhow this is happening. We are currently using Huggies. Any advice?
Also, as long as I am asking questions I a also having problems getting him to sleep in the bassinet. He just plan won't, I wait until he is asleep and put him in ans a few minutes later he starts to fuss. When he is asleep during the day he naps on the couch by himself fine so I don't know why he won't sleep in the bassinet. Right now I a co sleeping with him which of course is not comfortable. Any advice?View Thread
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