BurpMake sure to burp baby during feedings throughout the day to help avoid gas pains at night.
Feeding AngleWhen feeding a baby, either nursing or by bottle, try to keep their head higher than their stomach.
MassageA gentle stomach massage can help to break up the gas bubbles.
Gripe WaterGripe water can help to ease stomach discomfort associated with gas & colic, and Mommy’s Bliss new night time formula is perfect to help ease fussiness and help baby drift off to sleep.
Bicycle their LegsMove their legs in a ‘bicycle’ motion to help break up the gas bubbles (this might also get you a giggle).
Warm BathA nice warm bath can both ease gas pains and get baby ready for bed.
DietIf you are breastfeeding and notice that baby is gassy, try to avoid certain foods that can cause gas like cabbage and beans.
Gas DropsMommy’s Bliss Gas Relief Drops quickly and effectively break up gas bubbles, helping baby pass gas and feel nearly instant relief from that full, bloated feeling.
This site is intended for informational purposes only and does not provide medical advice. Please consult your physician or other health-care professional.