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Tips for easing little ones tummies with Little Remedies products from Target. #MyLittleRemedies

Tips for Easing Pain in Little Tummies

September 30, 2015 Sarah Coggins

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MyLittleRemedies #CollectiveBias

Picture complete silence and deep sleep to the point of dreaming. Perhaps in that dream you’re relaxing on a beach, enjoying a fruity drink and deep into a new novel. Then an ear piercing noise shatters it all and startles you awake.

Every mom reading this can probably relate to that moment. It’s happened numerous times (different dreams though!) throughout my 6 years of parenthood for one reason or another. But one really common reason? Gassiness. Honestly, I can’t blame either of my children for being fussy and waking me up in the middle of the night for this.

Tips for easing little ones tummies with Little Remedies products from Target. #MyLittleRemedies

Thankfully there are now more options to help ease those gassy moments during all hours of the day. I’ve relied on Gas Drops since my son was an infant after a recommendation from our pediatrician and still use them with my daughter. While in Target last week purchasing a new bottle, I found that Little Remedies® offers a brand new product, Advanced Colic Relief Drops, to aid further in calming little tummies.

I typically grab the Gas Drops from the Digestive Health aisle close to the pharmacy in my store, but forgot until I was in the back of the store and checked the Baby section instead where I found all 3 Little Remedies® products for gas relief – Gas Drops, Gripe Water, and the new Advanced Colic Relief Drops.

Ease little ones tummies with Little Remedies products from Target. #MyLittleRemedies

While neither of my kids has been colicky, nothing is worse than seeing your baby cry (especially in the middle of the night) with their back arching as they fight the pain from gas. I’ve learned a few “tricks” over the years to help prevent and ease gas pains:

  • spending time after nursing with my daughter upright against my body and gently patting her back as I rock her or walk around the room. Sometimes just moving her to an upright position is enough to push out that burp!
  • slowly introducing new foods and backing off any that show signs of causing her discomfort;

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  • laying her on her back and helping her “bicycle” with her legs and/or massaging her belly gently in a clockwise position to help work out bubbles;
  • using Little Remedies® products as needed.

Ease little ones tummies with Little Remedies products from Target. #MyLittleRemedies

I keep the Little Remedies® drops on a shelf by her diaper changing table so they are quick & easy to get to anytime, but particularly in the middle of the night when I don’t want to be fumbling around. Also, this keeps them safely out of reach of both her and her older brother.

Nursery Shelf: Little Remedies #MyLittleRemedies

Target is currently offering 2 deals specific to Little Remedies® to help you save money:

20% off Little Remedies® Advanced Colic Relief Drops on Cartwheel (Expires 10/17/15)
Buy 2 Little Remedies® products (Gas Drops and/or Gripe Water) and get a $5 Target gift card (Expires 10/17/15)

Be sure to also visit the Little Remedies® website for coupons, free samples, and video content. If you have specific questions, ask Little Remedies® via Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #LittleRescue. A few lucky parents will receive a real life rescue from the Little Remedies® Rescue Team including Little Remedies® Gas Drops, Gripe Water, and the new Advanced Colic Relief Drops!

How do you help your little one get relief?

5 Comments

  • Sarah Halstead September 30, 2015 at 9:07 pm
    These products are great. I can't wait to use them with Prestyn.
  • Amber Edwards September 30, 2015 at 10:47 pm
    I have been experiencing a gassy baby for the first time with our new little one. I have been so thankful for the Little Remedies Advanced Colic relief drops! I also keep our drops near the bed or changing table so they are always easy to find in the middle of the night. #Client
  • Julie S. October 1, 2015 at 2:15 pm
    When I was nursing my kids, I couldn't eat anything acidic-- no tomato sauce (so no pasta or pizza!) and they didn't agree when I had chocolate. I remember these gas drops of being a saving grace when I was trying to expand my list of foods! They are awesome!
  • Stacy Thomas October 12, 2015 at 3:14 pm
    That sounds so sad, seeing your baby in their crib like that. At least it's just gas, and it should pass eventually. I am glad I found this article before I had children, so I can know ways to relieve their pain. Thank you for the help!
  • Doctorsahaab August 11, 2016 at 11:09 am
    Lovely share
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