Welcome to TCS!!! Bless you for taking in the new baby.
and he is a tiny baby and needs either to be in a litter or does need the constant companionship. do you know any disabled person who is home bound who can kitten-sit while you are at work? Kittens are born in litters, so need companionship.
I know it's a big hassle. I once rescued a kitten from a dumpster, and fortunately, my day time boss was understanding and let me bring him to work. At night, my girls & babysitter were there to help out. The result was a very outgoing, social cat who loved car travel and visited all over the State of California and was welcomed at the bank and the video store.
Sending calming prayers and vibes to you and your sweet little guy
Also, since he's so young, he may be cold (temperature wise) as well as very confused and lonely.
You might be able to find a foster mom with a similar-aged litter for him to spend another month with. Or maybe adopt another kitten to keep him company. Please keep us posted
Here's a link from Vericoon Maine Coon Cats' page that gives a good discussion about kitten- raising that I hope you will find helpful:http://www.verismocat.com/htmscripts...all-colors.htm
Of course, as a breeder, the author's situation is optimal - don't we all wish that our kitties could be so fortunate in their situations
My former feral Scott certainly had a rough first 6 years, but tamed down into an excellent cat!