I am not trying to alarm you, and it could be nothing at all, but my baby brother would NOT sleep without me having him in constant motion, as in, I'd have to carry him around in circles in the living room until I thought my arms would fall off, and if I dare put him down gently, he'd scream, and my mother, who had that postpartum crap would scream at me for letting him scream...GAH...turns out that he was autistic, and one of their "things" is the need for constant motion.
Maybe get him checked for that, if for no other reason, to eliminate that possibility.
My daughter would not sleep till i rocked her to sleep at night. I miss those days. Your baby too will grow out of it. Enjoy it while it lasts. They grow up very fast. My daughter who used to fit into the crook of my arm now is getting almost as tall as me. Looking at her I wonder, where has that tiny doll gone ?
he is very bonded with you, thats a good thing, he will grow out of it before you know, you will wish it lasted longer
My daughter did this and it turned out that she had a broken collar bone they missed that she had gotten when she was born- I pushed so hard while giving birth, it broke her collar bone! My hubby was scared to do anything for awhile.... LOL he was worried it could break his thingy
Is there someone else he can bond with? A father, a sister?
Sorry, bad habit and they get heavier and heavier. Can you try taking him for a nice long walk in the pushchair/stroller then gently move him to cot or recline pushchair?
Really? Here? Not your doctor? Your mother? Friends with kids? You come here for help with your child?
You've asked all of those people, and you haven't received a sufficient answer yet??? Super doctor you have.
I don't have questions that I require answers to from strangers on this site. I answer questions, because I'm lonely and bored. I will not ask a question before I judge other peoples questions, because asking a question will not change how I judge other questions. I have the right to judge your question as much as you have the right to ask it. If you don't care for my answer, ignore it. You're posting questions on a public site. Expect a few answers you don't agree with or care to read.
I don't have children. I missed the part where you specified that you wanted answers from parents only.
You know what I noticed? Your question isn't a question. Dummy.
Hmm, look at all the answers suggesting she consult a doctor. You know what seems more likely to be helpful to her if she needs to use the internet for answers about parenting? A parenting website with a parenting community.
The word is 'advice' and here is some: go to a parenting website like babble.com. Why come to a site where people come to confess things like wanting to have sex with their kids?
I don't feel hatred toward you.