You do not sound crazy.
You are MOM and mom's heart always reaches out!
It is better if we over-react, than if we won't catch the moment to pick it up to prevent worse trouble.
Here is the olden method of wise moms of the times when there were not much medications used:
take a square (about the quarter size of bandanna) piece of a cheese-fabric (they sell it in walmart and at Jo-Ann's, btw.).
Take a tooth of garlic. Peel the garlic, and cut it to tiny little tiny-beady pieces with a knife.
Place all the cut garlic on the cheese-fabric square in the middle. Make a tiny bundle out of it.
DO NOT COVER the garlic more than just this one layer,
as the idea is: this garlic will smell, evaporating its fumes around your baby.
Now, I take a little string and tie the bundle together,
then place it as close to the baby's nose when she falls asleep. I make the fabric so big only because at night when she stirs around, the too tiny bundle would get lost in the folds of her sheet and in the midst of night you do not want to chase this bundle around. if the fabric is big, then you always easily find it to place it close to her nose again.
keep doing it every day, changing the garlic.
It is the most powerful herb!
Now, here is another option:
IF SHE LIKES a pacifier,
then I made the bindle really tiny,
and TIED it right to the ring of the pacifier.
it did not bother my kids a bit, but the garlic smell was all around their nose,
and in three days ALL the stuffiness was always gone.
Also, a tiny drop of honey on the pacifier always helped them to get over stuffiness: honey in excess is not recommended, but a little drop once in a-while is not harmful, but healing.
Good luck, and all the best, M.!