My daughter is three months old. I exclusively breast feed or offer breast milk in a bottle when I am away. She eats very quickly (most of her meal in three minutes) do to oversupply issues that have gotten better but left her with bad habits (at least this is what I believe). She is gaining weight like a champ. However, because she eats so quickly (at least I think this is the cause) she is pretty gassy- lots of burping and tooting. Most of the day, this is not a big deal. Gas drops seem to help a little when we need them. However, her evenings have been so horrible. She can not get comfortable to go to sleep and wakes just screaming. She will often get out a burp or toot when we pick her up to console her. Then we have to start the process of getting her to bed all over again. Yesterday, I tried gripe water. It really seemed to calm her during the day. Definitely got rid of hiccups which was awesome. But last night, when she was so upset, and we tried to give it to her, she choked it down (literally) and then puked it all back up because she was taking in all this air while choking it down. It was horrible and scary to say the least. You have to give so much through the dropper. I know on the box it suggests mixing in a bottle with water or juice. However, I wasn't sure that a three month old should get water yet (definitely not juice of course). Just curious if other people have used this product and how you give it when your child is upset and crying.