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Five years later, I still remember my middle daughter’s colic. Night after night of crying and screaming. She cried too. Days full on interrupted naps, frustrated failed remedies and eventually, 24 hour a day baby wearing. With a 14 month in tow. She would nurse, cough, vomit, cry and eat again. It was miserable and even prescription medication – which I was so not happy to give my infant, did nothing to help. Now, moms can try the safer remedy of Colief® Infant Drops to help sooth their colicy baby.
Colief Infant Drops are the only dietary supplement containing lactase enzyme to help ease digestion and reduce colic-associated crying and bring back the happy times. Essentially, Colief Infant Drops is a product for healthy babies who cry excessively and are extremely fussy – about a third of babies experience these symptoms. In fact, only one of my three had it. Colief Infant Drops is available in Duane Reade, HEB, Walgreens, and online at http://us.colief.com for a suggested retail price of $14.99.
I am here to tell you that colic ends and babies grow up and mom’s recover! On my French Memory board, you can see that my Sarah is a happy, healthy six year old whose past crying and seemingly painful colic is a distant memory. In fact, if it were not for my telling her when we share baby stories, I would not remember it at all.
If you have not heard of Coleif Infant Drops, or just want to learn more about possibly soothing your little sweet one, head to the Coleif Facebook page! While there, Enter the Colief Pack ‘nGo Giveaway! Entry periods for the Colief Pack ‘n Go Giveaway accepted till 12pm EST August 28th!
One winner (five winners total) will be chosen and announced on Facebook at around 12:30 P.M. EST each week on Thursday, July 31st, August 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th to win a Petunia Pickle Bottom Diaper Bag to hold all your mommy necessities, a $25 Walgreens gift card to stock up on supplies for baby and $4.00 worth of Colief savings!
That is a fun prize for sure! Entry is super easy too! Go now and GOOD LUCK!
Generally, parents can identify colic using the “rule of threes:”
- Unexplained crying in an infant for at least three hours per day,
- Three days per week,
- For at least three weeks (or more)
While the actual cause of colic is not known, it is believed that some babies have difficulty digesting the lactose in breast milk or infant formula. Having products like Coleif Infant Drops can only help moms as we care for our babies during the difficult times!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Colief®. The opinions and text are all mine.