This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.
Colder weather and the holiday season are a dangerous mix. Each year I worry that my kids will get sick during the holiday season and won’t be able to enjoy all the special occasions that coincide with the holiday season. The pediatric brands of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare understand how important it is to be prepared with the essentials to get your kids feeling better in time for all the upcoming festivities with go-to pediatric products: Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® and Children’s Dimetapp®.
Ease those aches and pains, while reducing a child’s fever fast with Children’s Advil® Suspension*, a great solution for kids as young as 2 and up to 11. Children’s Advil® comes in several great-tasting flavors, including: Sugar-free Dye-free Berry, Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. There’s also Infants’ Advil® White Grape, which provides unsurpassed fever relief (among OTC pain relievers) with a syringe for easy dosing for children 6-23 months.
Formulated just for kids, Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack (Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion for ages 4+ and Children’s Robitussin® Nighttime Cough Long-Acting for ages 6+)** non-drowsy daytime formula helps break up chest congestion, while the long-acting nighttime formula relieves coughs and runny noses to help kids get the rest they need.
All in a great tasting grape flavor, Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough for ages 6+ tackles a child’s most bothersome stuffy and runny noses, all while working to relieve cough.
Leading up to this cold and flu season I make sure to have my essentials on hand for when my kids get sick so when #SickJustGotReal happens I’m ready:
- Cough Medicine
- Fever Medicine
- Warm blanket
- Warm mug of apple cider or hot chocolate
- Warm fuzzy socks
- Chicken Noodle Soup
Sickness with the kids usually starts with “Mom I have a cough and my nose is all stuffy”. We find that perfect spot on the couch and get them snuggled up with a warm blanket, fuzzy socks, tissues, cough/fever medicine and I try to push as many liquids that I can whether it is warm apple cider/hot chocolate or chicken noodle soup.