Long Beach, California (PRWEB) July 08, 2013
Colic Calm has found that July ushers in baby shower season for many expectant moms. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more babies are born in September than any other month. Since experts advise moms-to-be that baby showers should be held two months prior to their due date, Colic Calm finds July is the most common month for baby showers.
Traditionally, baby showers were held for a mom’s first baby, with only women invited. But Colic Calm creator Jacqueline Lawrence has found that those restrictions are weakening, with showers now held for subsequent and adopted babies. Gifts are often a part of baby showers, with excited parents stating their needs via bridal registries at retail chains and online.
Popular baby shower gifts include diapers, bottles, blankets, onesies, and toys. But most invited guests show up to realize those gifts are replicated by others at the party. To truly stand out, Lawrence recommends a gift that will keep on giving long after the new mom has given birth.
“The first several months with a newborn are sleepless, overwhelming and for many, filled with a cacophony of screams and cries,” said Lawrence. “Because most every baby experiences painful gas, overstimulation meltdown, hiccups and discomfort from teething at one point or another, Colic Calm makes a perfect shower gift for a first-time parent to have on hand for instant relief.”
Colic Calm can be administered at the time symptoms appear, which means no unnecessary dosing. Parents can keep a bottle on hand at all times, providing almost immediate relief for those frustrating crying jags. Originally found to treat gas and colic in infants, Lawrence has found that many parents have found Colic Calm also resolves reflux symptoms.
At a price point of only $18.95, Colic Calm makes the perfect baby shower gift on its own or as part of a gift basket. With availability at some of the same places guests shop for shower gifts, it’s easy to locate a bottle for those last-minute shoppers.
Colic Calm is made from only natural ingredients. Most new parents are overly cautious about the medication they give their newborns, so a gift like Colic Calm is perfect. Because it contains no artificial ingredients or potential allergens, Colic Calm is a safe treatment for painful gas.
A baby’s digestive system has not quite yet matured, with many experts stating that the first 13 weeks of a baby’s life can be uncomfortable as the digestive system develops. Further complicating this digestion is the lactose present in breast milk and formulas, which can cause gas in many newborns. Air bubbles can also form during the feeding process, as babies swallow air.
Having Colic Clam on hand can make a big difference in any household with a new baby. To see how Colic Calm treats the source of the problem to provide quick relief of painful gas, visit Colic Calm (http://www.coliccalm.com/).