Despite having two older children, my youngest baby has thrown me for a few loops in the past few weeks. I’ve said it quite a few times- you think you have it all figured out by baby #3, but then one comes along that teaches you something new. From a few impromptu doctor visits to a more recent hospital stay for illness, my little man has added a few notches on my “mommy experience” belt. If there’s one thing I’ve got a good handle on, it’s how to keep my babies comfortable when they have an upset tummy.
Little Remedies has been a go-to brand with all my babies. From the Little Remedies fever reducer to their saline drops and everything in between, they are one brand I trust for my babies. The ingredients in their products are in-line with our lifestyle- no artificial colors, flavors, alcohol, or preservatives. Right before I had my son, I was sure to order the Little Remedies kit that included everything I would need in his earliest days- acetaminophen, saline drops, gas drops, gripe water, and more. Before you give your child any medication, be sure to speak with their pediatrician.
Little Remedies Gripe Water and Gas Drops were something I used with both my girls. Both my daughters suffered from gas pains and the Little Remedies Gas Drops were a life saver. Gripe Water helped my oldest daughter get through her colicky days, and most recently has been something my son has needed to help with his belly woes.
Since our recent stint in the hospital, my son has had an irritable stomach. Its most likely from the medications he was on while being treated for his illness. The doctors in the hospital, as well as his pediatrician, both recommended Gas Drops to help ease his symptoms and help him get a more restful sleep. Check out the infographic on treating and preventing gas buildup in your baby:
Regardless which bottles or methods of feeding your baby takes, swallowing air is inevitable and may cause uncomfortable gas buildup in their little bellies. You can find out more about Little Remedies products and join their online community on Facebook and Twitter where you can gain access to product updates and current promotions. The information in this post is not intended to treat or cure any ailments. Please speak with your pediatrician before trying new medications on your child.