2. Mix the medicine with food
One of the common reasons why kids hate medicines is because of how they taste. Unfortunately, most medicines for kids are bitter. Disguise the medicine’s taste by mixing or hiding them in another food or beverage with a much better taste. This way, your child wouldn’t even have a clue they’re already taking the medicine.
3. Try a different method of giving medicine
Does your child run away from the sight of a spoon with medicine syrup on it? Maybe your little one will respond better to a medicine dropper or medicine cup. Check out Tiny Buds Medicine Feeder, which is made with a pacifier head that will make feeding medicines so much easier, and reduces the risk of choking.
You can also try Tommee Tippee Medi-vit Feeder, where the front part of the feeder is designed to keep your baby’s tongue controlled so the medicine ends up in the mouth and not somewhere else. Or maybe they want to take the meds from their Kidsme Training Cup?