We keep being told the little varmints reach a stage in infancy where they don't want to socialize with anyone but their parents. Not looking likely with Altoid so far.
And then there's the type of baby Peyton may be. She might be touchy or sensitive.
The other thing you may need to be aware of is how you handle her. A good friend of ours(she claimed she always made babies cry when she held them - we thought, "Not this
time!") held Altoid the first time she saw her, and within a half hour, Altoid was fussing mightily. We figured it was the rabbit-like, high energy movements our firend made while holding her stressed her out. We talked with her about it, and next time she held her she modified her movements, and Altoid was fine.
Probably preaching to the choir, but it's food for thought.