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Since Roo has been born I have felt like a zombie. For the first time ever, I am experiencing what it is like to be a parent of a child with colic. It’s hard. It’s exhausting. It’s stressful.
There are many, many days when I am right there with him in tears. Colic is such a whirlwind of emotions – helplessness, frustration, anger, guilt, heartbreak. Having a friend tell me about the new Little Remedies® Advanced Colic Drops at Target was a major break through for us. Using these colic drops along with these baby colic tips our days with Roo have begun to run a lot smoother.
If you have a colicky baby, you’re not alone and yes – there is hope.
Affecting anywhere from 5-25% of babies, colic can be an incredibly stressful time for both new parents and baby. Colic is defined when a baby cries for three or more hours a day for more than three days a week for three weeks.Baby colic can show up as early as two weeks old, and tends to peak around 3 to 4 months of age, but can last up to a year.
With Roo now hitting four months, for us I am definitely starting to see a decrease in the frequency. So if you are going through this, know this will pass.
Tips for Surviving Baby Colic
When it comes to soothing your colicky baby, there are four general types of soothing techniques: movement, sound, comfort, and feeding.
The two things that have been the biggest sanity savers for me and comfort for Roo have been swaddling and and Advanced Colic Relief Drops from Little Remedies®.
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|Soothing with Movement: Rocking and Bouncing
Try rocking, cradling, or cuddling your baby close to you.
The natural movement of your body is soothing to your baby.