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    I don't know. Today Dawson seems to be really sleepy and when he's awake very quiet. He didn't want to really play with anything like he usually does. He cried whenever I put him down, whether it was on his play gym, his swing, or the bouncy chair. He just wanted to be constantly held and cuddeled, falling asleep but never very deeply.

    I'm sure things are fine but naturally i'm worrying. He doesn't have a temp and he's eating and pooping just fine....i guess he really has no physical signs of being sick or anything like that....just...not himself.

    Should I be worried?

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    Honestly, Shannon, you know I you...

    But no. You shouldn't be worried.

    Babies have their off days just like us.

    As long as he's not running a high fever and everything, physically, is fine with him... just let him have an off day.

    If it continues and/or something physical starts to appear (lack of food intake, no pooping, fever starts, rash, etc), then I would maybe call the Doctor in a few days, to see if they want you to bring him in.

    But right now? I wouldn't worry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuamALlama View Post
    Honestly, Shannon, you know I you...

    But no. You shouldn't be worried.

    Babies have their off days just like us.

    As long as he's not running a high fever and everything, physically, is fine with him... just let him have an off day.

    If it continues and/or something physical starts to appear (lack of food intake, no pooping, fever starts, rash, etc), then I would maybe call the Doctor in a few days, to see if they want you to bring him in.

    But right now? I wouldn't worry.
    I KNOW! I'm freaking out for no reason.

    I told myself the same thing but i'm just a nut case anyway. He just doesn't seem like himeself.....

    I'm sure at 4am he'll be bright eyes and bushy tail.

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