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Being a mom of more than one child has its pros and cons. On one hand, you know a lot about taking care of a child. You don’t jump every time your baby makes a noise. You are not afraid holding him because a baby is not as fragile as he might look. Yet, with every new child, you can’t help but compare your newborn to the other kids. You expect them to hit the milestones at the same time, have the same cues, and respond to the same techniques.
The biggest challenge I found is trying to figure out what the baby wants between 2 and 5 in the morning. Why is he crying? Is it teething? The colic? The hunger? I struggle to put my thought together at 3 in the morning: I fed you, rocked you, changed you. What else do you want?
Did you know that nearly 30% of new moms with an infant experiencing colic? However, between our own hormonal changes, sleepless nights, and baby cries, it is easy to miss it. Your mother tells you to let him cry it out. Your friend tells you that you are eating something that makes baby gassy. Your co-worker says you should just enjoy your baby, because they grow up quick.
Since I went back to work I came to work dressed in a shirt inside out, I forgot my lunch bag and breast pump bag home countless time. I found myself wearing different shoes. I forgot a breast pad and leaked through my shirt more than once. I did the stupidest mistakes at work and don’t remember the last time I had six hours of sleep at once.
Colief Infant Digestive Aid is a gluten-free dietary supplement for the reduction of colic-associated crying, resulting from temporary lactose intolerance (TLI) in infants.
Adding Colief Infant Digestive Aid to your baby’s usual milk (breast or formula) before each feeding may help compensate for possible temporary lactose intolerance in the baby’s digestive system.
Unlike other colic solutions, Colief Infant Digestive Aid is not given directly to the baby, but added to the formula or breast milk before each feeding, making it easier for them to digest the milk by breaking down most of the lactose.
Treat the milk (breast or formula) and change nothing else! Studies have shown that excessive crying associated with temporary lactose intolerance (TLI) may be reduced by up to 40%, when baby’s milk is treated with Colief Infant Digestive Aid.
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For more information on colic-associated crying from temporary lactose intolerance in infants and Colief Infant Digestive Aid, visit Colief online. Connect with Colief Infant Digestive aid on Facebook. Hear from real moms on their experience with colic and how Colief Infant Digestive Aid helped in their testimonial videos.
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Colief® Infant Digestive Aid is a gluten-free dietary supplement for the reduction of colic-associated crying resulting from temporary lactose intolerance (TLI) in infants. Colief Infant Digestive Aid may help reduce the crying time associated with colic by breaking down the lactose in breast milk or infant formula, making it easier for infants to digest. To learn more, visit http://us.colief.com or LIKE the brand on Facebook.
This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. All opinions, text and experiences are my own. Colief Infant Digestive Aid is a dietary supplement to provide relief due to colic-associated crying from temporary lactose intolerance (TLI). These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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