This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.
Whew! It’s been a rough fall already after a fairly gentle and mild summer as far as sicknesses. With a family of 7, we try our darnedest to stay healthy, but with all of our activities, someone is bound to bring something home. A few weeks back, a couple of the kids passed along a 24 hour fever that followed with a cough for a day or so. I was so thankful for the Pfizer Consumer Healthcare line of products that helped the kids relax while they healed.
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- Children’s Advil® Suspension*: Ease those aches and pains, while reducing a child’s fever fast. Children’s Advil® Suspension is a great option for kids from age 2 and up to 11.
- Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack (Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion for ages 4+ and Children’s Robitussin® Nighttime Coughfor ages 6+) is a non-drowsy daytime formula that helps break up chest congestion, while the long-acting nighttime formula relieves coughs and runny noses to help kids get the rest they need.
- Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough is geared toward ages 6+ and helps with nasal congestion and cough.
As always, it is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric products and to use as directed.
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Sara Zielinski says
My go to plan is to get lots of rest and relax!
Lisa Brown says
My go to plan is to give them some meds, soup and juice and get them to bed so they can rest.
I have plenty of meds and tissues on hand.
I count on meds, rest and chicken soup.
My go to plan is to make them drink lots of fluid, bundle up in blankets and watch movies.
we drink hot tea with lemon, take cold meds and relax
Julie Wood says
I make sure to have a lot of healthy drinks for my kids, have them take a good kids cold medicine like these products and get plenty of rest.
We take it easy, drink lots of water, and get plenty of rest.
Jessica To says
I make sure he gets a lot of rest and I try to get him to drink orange juice.
Heather S says
Water, rest and lots of homemade goodness 🙂
We have a supply of medicines on hand, but chicken noodle soup is a great option.
i make sure we have lots of tissues
shelly peterson says
I keep medication and tissue on hand and make sure they get plenty of rest.
Nancy Bowers says
Wash hands, stay hydrated.
When my littles got sick, I’d set them up with some comfy pillows, warm blankets and a box of tissues.
Kelly D says
I give them extra vitamins, tissues and medicine.
Kim Henrichs says
Rub vicks on the bottom of their feet and put socks on. Works wonders.
Dee Johnson says
Lots of fluids, vitamin C and zinc, and rest.
My go to plan when the kids get sick is Children’s Advil.
Maria Beas says
My go-to plan is when my littles ones get sick is water, chamomile tea, cough drops, a supply of medicine, tissues and chicken soup if possible. Thanks for the chance to win such an amazing giveaway.
cyndi br says
sleep and plenty of fluids and soup and tissues to.
Dawn Monroe says
I make sure they have all their favorites and lots of rest.
Susan D says
Lots of water to drink, lotion infused tissues, a hot bath, books, decaf green tea, wonton soup and veggie rice. Just like my mom did for me.
I try to keep homemade soup in the freezer or I’ll stock up on canned,. I also make sure I have lots of tissue, water, and apple juice.
Jeremy McLaughlin says
Having plenty of tissues and medicine.
Kristin G says
My little one is sick right now actually. We have tissues and medicine on hand. We also have Vicks, a humidifier and ice cream.
LOTS OF blankets, movies and vicks as well as advil for the aches
My plan is always rest, TV, popsicles, water, soup and tea!
Katie Smith says
Relaxing , vics, and pain meds. Also, tons of TLC!
My littles are raised but I have grandchildren and the best plan is plenty of rest, lots of fluids all year long, vitamins and washing hands to thwart of the flu virus and other illnesses.
Susan Christy says
Lots of naps, cuddles, advil and water.
I like to make homemade chicken soup.
Linsey Fyre says
Sleep and Vitiams
lots and lots of vitamin c!
Diana T says
Lots of fluids and more snuggles
Tabitha Miller says
Anita Jude says
My go to plan is put them to bed give them ;plenty of fluids … check their temp often and give them something for pain
Elicia P says
My first reach honestly is elderberry. I give them a lot in hopes to curb the sickness from becoming worse.
Kayla Klontz says
I always give my little ones medicine, some soup and I lay them down and try to make sure they have plenty of rest!
Tracy Shafer says
Plenty of soup, kleenex, jello, meds and love!!