NO ONE likes to take medicine, especially kids who don’t really understand why they need to drink something so icky. Well, this mom found
NO ONE likes to take medicine, especially kids who don’t really understand why they need to drink something so icky.
Well, this mom found the perfect way to get her son to take his medicine without fussing and fighting about it.
Lauren Mejia, who has become famous on social media for sharing her life-saving mom hacks, revealed she hides her son’s medicine inside a milk bottle.
In her video, which has gathered more than 23K likes and 100 comments, she suggested using a bottle teat to give your baby medicine easily.
She could be seen holding the medicine dropper behind a bottle teat before she rests her son on her lap, pretending to give him a bottle of milk.
Instead, she is pushing the medicine into his mouth without him really caring or noticing.
Similarly, she offered a solution for those babies who struggle to hold their bottles.
If that sounds familiar, parents can put the bottles inside squish balls, which will then help the baby keep a better grip.
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Mejia has become a go-to source for many when it comes to parenting hacks.
Previously, in order to avoid any leaky diapers, she suggested to “make sure the ruffles on the diapers are always facing outwards and not tucked in.
“This will save you from potential blowouts and leaks!”
Additionally, she suggested using the lid of a wipe package as a plug cover.
Mejia wrote: “Have an empty wipe package? Turn it into a super simple plug cover.”
The adhesive that holds the cover of a baby wipe bag is strong enough to stick to your wall.
She then added to “discontinue use when your child gains the fine motor skills to open it themselves.”
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