Mom Shares Simple 'Milksickle' Hack To Help A Baby With Teething Problems. And The Internet Loves It
December 8, 2017 15:43 By Mambee
Parenting is not easy. Right from the moment your little one is born, you are plagued with doubts and questions. It does not help that everyone (including the internet) will always seem to have an opinion on how to raise your baby. You quickly learn though, that the best way to deal with it all is by trial and error.
As much as you can, you try different things just to see what works for your own specific baby, and of course, you stick with it until it no longer works (because babies are pros at changing their minds on a dime).
Take teething, for example, for some parents, the teething stage can be a complete nightmare. The baby's fussiness and tears often reach a whole new level. Like most 21st century parents, you probably did some google search to find out the best way to help your irritated baby. However, within minutes you're drowned in hundreds of options. Maybe you tried them all, maybe you didn't, whatever the case may be, you may want to try this new teething hack that has gone viral on the internet.
A mother, Tasia Edwards, shared a video of her son happily sucking on the milksicle she made for him. The obviously yummy treat (if you take into account how enthusiastically the child was going at it) is simply a popsicle made out of breastmilk. Tasha, in the video caption, said it "helps with his teething pain and helps fill up his tummy," adding that her boy absolutely loves it.
The adorable and very fascinating video quickly went viral with over 28 million views. Evidently, this was a hack that a lot of people loved and thousands of viewers were happy to share with their family and friends.
What do you think? Will you be trying this? Be sure to share with your loved ones if it works for you.
Source: Tasia Edwards / Facebook
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