Despite my best attempts, my little girl has gotten sick. She’s come down with an awful bug and it breaks my heart. While I just hate seeing her so miserable I am enjoying the extra cuddling. It’s cough and cold season and there is only so much you can do to protect them, right?
As a mom I want to do my best to keep my family healthy and some of the ways I do that is by fixing nutritious meals, staying active, and keeping the house clean. When they do get sick though, it’s important to me that the medicine they take is good for them. As natural as possible. You moms out there know that it’s not always easy finding an effective medication out there that fits that bill. There are so many choices, different wording, different dosages, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed. That’s why I was so happy too learn about Little Remedies products early on. They are fabulous!
Little Remedies® products do not contain any artificial flavors, artificial colors or alcohol and are created with the very specific needs of children in mind. Little Remedies® Everything they need. Nothing they don’t.™
Little Remedies uses the “Less is More” approach with their products. That means that they use as few ingredients as possible and they keep their products free of alcohol, artificial dyes, or artificial colors. Isn’t that comforting? You don’t have to look for the dye-free version of one of their products because they all are! If you’re trying to be more natural in how you treat your children then you’ll want to check out Little Remedies.
I registered for Little Remedies’ New Parents Survival Kit because this sounded like a dream for a new mom. It came with a good selection of safe, gentle, and effective products for relief of common disorders. I remember reading that each of the items included were recommended by pediatricians. It even came in a convenient carrying case. Convenient, safe, baby products, organized, easily accessibly and able to be stored neatly out of kids reach? Check! Before I went into labor I was feeling like a good mom. No one ended up buying this for me off of my registry but it was important enough for me to have it that I bought it myself. I am so glad that I did and I’ve recommended it to every new mom that I know.
I started out using Little Remedies when my sweet newborn had an upset tummy. The Little Tummys Gas Relief Drops helped soothe my little one’s tummy. They were such a blessing in those early days! I really don’t know what we would have done without them.
Ever since those early days I’ve been grateful for the nasal bulb that came with that kit. It has a smaller tip than the many others I was given, which makes it much easier to use. It’s also the only one that has a clear tip (so you can see what you’ve got) and that has a removable tip so you can clean it out (I recommend using pipe cleaners).
During these cold and dry winter months I’ve come to truly appreciate the Little Noses Saline Drops. They are fabulous! My daughter used to mind them but now she sits still and lets me use them. They help her breathe better when she’s stuffy and help keep her nasal passages moist when she’s not. Bloody noses are an awful thing to deal with but especially for a toddler. I’ll do anything I can to help keep bloody noses at bay.
This latest cold has been rough and we pulled out the big guns, Little Remedies For Fevers, Infant Fever/Pain Reliever and Little Remedies For Colds, Honey Elixir. My little one’s fever just broke. Yay! I have been using Little Remedies For Fevers to help bring down her fever when it gets too high. There’s nothing worse that a sweet little one with a fever. It’s pitiful. I’m so glad to have a safe fever reducer that I can turn to.
Do you remember when my whole family was sick earlier this year? You might not remember my posts but I sure remember being sick! My whole family had a horrible cough and I researched every homemade cough remedy I could find. One of the things that was safe enough for my whole family to use was honey. It worked well at temporarily relieving our coughs but it was so hard to dispense to my daughter, well, because she doesn’t drink tea. I was relieved when a friend of mine recommended Little Remedies Honey Elixir. She gave me her bottle to use until I could get my own and my daughter loved it. A syringe was much less messy than a teaspoon, it tasted great (because you know that I had to try it!), and it had no artificial ingredients, saacharin, or gluten.
Kids will always get sick but Little Remedies safely helps them get better, safely.
What’s your favorite Little Remedies product??
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