Gas pains keeping baby awake at night? Here are some tips to help ease their discomfort and help them drift off to a blissful sleep.
Burp – Make sure to burp baby during feedings throughout the day to help avoid gas pains at night.
Feeding Angle – When feeding baby, either nursing or by bottle, try to keep their head higher than their stomach.
Massage – A gentle stomach massage can help to break up the gas bubbles.
Gripe Water – Gripe 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 Legs – Move their legs in a ‘bicycle’ motion to help break up the gas bubbles (this might also get you a giggle).
Warm Bath – A nice warm bath can both ease gas pains and get baby ready for bed.
Diet – If you are breastfeeding and notice that baby is gassy, try to avoid certain foods that can cause gas like cabbage and beans.
Gas Drops – Mommy’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.