Mother tells trial she woke to find her baby 'floppy'
The woman, 29, said that she woke up to find her baby son "lethargic" and with a swollen lip.
The witness, who cannot be named, said she had left her son in the care of Raymond McPhee while she went for a night out in Aberdeen with a friend.
She said McPhee, 23, had sent her a text message during dinner which read: "This child is driving me mad. He just won't go to sleep. The little bastard."
She told the court that he texted her again later that evening, saying: "I was sleeping when I heard a thud and he fell of the bed. Lol (laugh out loud]. He is okay though. Might have a fat lip."
When she woke in the morning, the mother said, the baby would not take the bottle from her.
"He was moaning. It wasn't a sound I had heard before," she said. "He was unresponsive too."
McPhee, of Moir Crescent, Aberdeen, denies attempted murder. The trial continues.