Toddler car sickness.

When our daughter was at the weight to turn her carseat around to face the front, she gets car sickness. This has been a challenge in preventing her from vomiting . It's been a challenge going places. I have read a few articles, and I have taken a few steps in preventing only the clean up process, but she still vomits every time I travel with her. What have you moms tried?

A few things I have done to prevent her from getting car sick.

1) Lollipops. I am in the process of trying Queasy pops.
2) Eating a healthy meal or snack before going out.
3) Crackers, or Gingersnap cookies.
4) Singing to keep her focused and looking forward.

    Ginger snaps and 7 up are a must to have in the car for us. Eva (and I) can't eat anything doughy or we have issues.
    On our vacation we bought seabands before we left. I knew I'd need them,but kept them handy for Eva just in case. She never needed them, thankfully.
    Oh and they did help me tremendously and will now stay in the car.
    They did for me. They are basically scrunchie type material with a plastic button. the plastic goes in a certain spot on your wrist to help ease the motion sickness feeling. I still had 7up in the car and used that as well, but I only needed it when we were in curving up and down mountains.
      Bethany Reilly
      We actually are doing extended rear facing. Not sure if youve heard of it but our 23 month old son is still rear facing and will be until he's much older. It's also safer so you can still turn her back around and not have to worry about it.
      About Tracy Harris
      Birth: December 24
      On since: Feb 15, 2014
      I am a stay at home mommy & wife and I love it! I am married to a wonderful man. We have a beautiful baby girl named Autumn Lily. She is a blessing to us everyday! I love meeting new moms and sharing parenting advice.