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- Peeps! Everyone's favorite marshmellow chicks are sure to give any
child a sugar rush, but these are a real treat and as long as taken in
moderation, perfectly fine for a GERD child.
- Jelly Beans! Make sure that these little guys don't trick you though.
Chocolate flavored, peanut butter flavored, red colored, or citrus
flavored beans can be bad for a GERD belly. However, the other
flavors are a great treat.
- Avoid food all together. Maybe give your child an inflatable beach ball
or sandbox toys like shovels and buckets. Head to a dollar store or
some other place filled with cheap toys and fill the basket to the brim!
- Books. Books are always a good thing to throw at kids at any time.
Give all your kids books, then after they have a sugar rush and crash,
they can cuddle into your lap to finish off the day with a good book.
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It's Easter morning and the children who just jumped into
your bed couldn't be more excited. Still half asleep, you
stumble out of bed as your children enthusiastically scour
the house for hidden baskets.
As each child finds one with
their name printed neatly on
a ribbon tied around the
handle, they settle on the
family room floor until everyone
has found their basket. Finally the last child takes their
place on the rug and you settle into the armchair. With
the nod of your head they all turn their baskets over and
separate their prizes from the plastic grass. Your eyes
survey the scene and finally fall upon your child with
GERD and IBS. You both smile.
Luckily, there are ways to ensure that on
Easter morning, any child with GERD or IBS
can be just as excited as anyone else. While
holidays filled with hard boiled eggs and
chocolate bunnies may sound like a GERD and
IBS child's nightmare, there are many alternatives. Here are some ideas.