I went through that with DD. She was tiny when she was born, and had jaundice and then got bronchiolitis when she was 10 days old. I felt like a complete faillure as a mother, and every time she cried or hiccuped, I cried too. It gets better - although even now my kids are teens and if they are upset, I find the tears starting to well up in my eyes.
I cry when adults bring my daughter to the point of crying and she is twelve years old. I think if you feel that your child is suffering or in pain it is normal.
Yes, absolutely normal; you care, you are tired and your hormones are involved in all of the emotional rollercoaster rides of this part of your life.
Get some rest and try to sleep whenever she sleeps and whenever you can.
God Bless your lives together and enjoy your motherhood and stay peaceful. Okay???? You are fine.
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