I thought it would be nice to get Oz a swing. So while shopping for some stuff to make an anniversary present for the hubby, I bought a travel swing.
Oz and I put it together when we got home and I put him in it. I had it on the LOWEST setting and he drifted off about 5 minutes in. About 45 minutes later he made a cry I had never heard before. I took him out of the swing, changed his diaper, tried to burp him and when he was still crying, I tried feeding him. The feeding seemed to go well and all went back to calm.
About an hour later I took him, the swing and myself upstairs to work on the bills. Again he fell asleep pretty quickly. He was silently sleeping, peacefully at that for about an hour or so. Then I heard that weird/new cry again. I turned around just in time to see vomit come out his nose and mouth! Of course he's panicked because he's vomiting via his nose and I pulled him out of the swing ASAP! I cleaned him up, gave him a couple of ounces of formula and placed him in his bouncer this time.
So WTH? He loves it when we rock him to sleep and he doesn't get sick in the car, so why does the swing make him upchuck? Poor guy I guess the glider when we rock him is much slower and doesnt make him want to hurl. Any ideas on how to slow the swing down more until he gains more weight to do it himself? Or do I just bite the bullet and take the swing back?