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xxx Daniels Mommy♥ Due February 13; 1 child; Michigan 434 posts
6th Apr '13

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MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46847 posts
6th Apr '13

No water and I really wouldn't do peppermint either. I would just watch what you are eating and make sure you don't eat gassy foods and if the gas id severe consider diet changes to see if he might have an allergy.

user banned Due November 7 (boy); 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 26853 posts
6th Apr '13

Use Milicon if he is having issues with gas. I would pass on the water. Milicon saved our lives.

Tori Loutzenhiser 2 kids; Nebraska 236 posts
6th Apr '13

If your baby gets cranky about gas I always did what I call leg exercises. Just move their legs up towards their tummy. Rubbing the belly and laying them over the shoulder to burp might help too. It just depends on the kid.

Daniels Mommy♥ Due February 13; 1 child; Michigan 434 posts
6th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting MunchkinWrangler:</b>" No water and I really wouldn't do peppermint either. I would just watch what you are eating and make ... [snip!] ... and make sure you don't eat gassy foods and if the gas id severe consider diet changes to see if he might have an allergy."</blockquote>




Okay thank you. I just was wondering.

Daniels Mommy♥ Due February 13; 1 child; Michigan 434 posts
6th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tori Loutzenhiser:</b>" If your baby gets cranky about gas I always did what I call leg exercises. Just move their legs up towards ... [snip!] ... up towards their tummy. Rubbing the belly and laying them over the shoulder to burp might help too. It just depends on the kid."</blockquote>




I've tried that and he doesn't burp and he starts crying and cry because of his belly.

Tori Loutzenhiser 2 kids; Nebraska 236 posts
6th Apr '13

With my first just burping him worked, but with my 2nd I had to swaddle him first for it to be effective. He almost had to be perfectly straight for the gas to work out.