I have a little guy (he's 8 months old). For the most part, he's really an easy-going little guy and a great baby. The only real issue I have is that he HATES being in anything that constrains him. He will SCREAM constantly when he's in a carseat, stroller, high chair, and the latest meltdown was in the shopping cart cover. He screamed the entire trip, then screamed the entire car ride home. It was really nervewracking and I ended up crying myself after the whole ordeal was over. I've tried putting him in a sling or a carrier and this doesn't help much either.
My little guy has everything he wants and needs, he gets plenty of active time, eats well, and I know for the grocery store ordeal that he wasn't hungry, tired or in a bad diaper. As soon as we returned home he instantly became a great baby again.
Now, I have to be able to go out and run errands with him and do the grocery shopping. I'm going to have another baby soon and my little guy has to develop a little bit of tolerance for sitting still some of the time. I'm really at a loss and I'd like to ease him into developing a tolerance for being in a carseat, stroller, etc. for a little bit of time. Any ideas? I can't keep taking him out and he has these awful meltdowns.