How to Cope with Colic Thanks to Colief. Post sponsored by Colief.
How to Cope with Colic Thanks to Colief
It’s one of those words that sticks with you…literally. No sooner than your precious baby gets dinged with that horrible word than you feel your life as mom spiraling out of control. And while the focus is on your beautiful bundle of joy, it’s important to remember to take care of mom too. How does one cope with a colicky baby?
1. The Word Is Love
Colic babies need love, just like any other baby. Even through the crying, know that you are providing the BEST possible love for your child.
2. Taking Breaks
It’s overwhelming. Your child constantly crying and there’s nothing tht you can do to soothe them. Defeat can overcome your emotions. It’s important to take breaks. Even just a few minutes to yourself can help focus, rejuvenate and
3. Changing the Scenery
There’s something about that breath of fresh air! Think about changing your environment when you’re with your baby. When upset and crying, my babies loved going outside for a walk to look at the trees, the sky, and even my face in natural light. You can brighten your baby’s mood and your own with a little modification to your daily routine.
4. Remembering the Happy Times
No matter what the circumstance with colic babies, there are always moments that you cannot help but smile. I get teary eyed just looking through pictures of my babies. Having a picture board such as this one is a great way to remember the happy times with your child.
Check out this video with some really great tips and facts about Colic.
If your baby suffers from the dreaded colic, I recommend looking for natural products, such as Colief Infant Drops. Made with only water, glycerol and a special lactase enzyme, this solution can help reduce colic by safely breaking up your baby’s lactose consumption. Colief is the only dietary supplement on the market that focuses on reduction of symptoms from transient lactase deficiency. And no worries about harmful ingredients because you won’t find any here! For use in as young as newborns, reduction of colic can help you to re-focus on Happy Times again!
Natural Colief Infant Drops are available at Duane Reade, HEB, Walgreens, and online at https://us.colief.com for a suggested retail price of $14.99
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What recommendations do you have for parents dealing with colic?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Colief®. The opinions and text are all mine.