The fees you included are quite low indeed.
According to Bitcoinfees, and Bitcoinexchangerate the current recommended fee/byte is around 160-168 Satoshis, implying a median transaction fee (around 226-byte transaction) of about 40K Satoshi. In your case, you are paying around 50 Satoshi/byte, 116K Satoshi per transaction. The sources differ in how many blocks will take for a transaction with this fee ratio to be published, from 6 blocks to way more than a day.
What can you do? You can either wait until both transactions get confirmed. Wait until them get pruned from the nodes mempool and resubmit them with a higher fee, or create a new transaction spending from the last one using a CPFP approach.
Child pays for parent (CPFP)
Basically what you do is to create a new transaction spending from one that is already unconfirmed, and add a high fee to that new transaction. By doing so, you incentivize a miner to include that last transaction in the blockchain, having to include the previous one also.