It pretty much is inevitable that children will get the flu or a cold at some point in their lives. With all the lovely germs floating around at school, it is best to be prepared for when the time comes!
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I happen to have 3 kids, so when one gets sick I immediately go into action and quarantine mode. I begin to treat and doctor my little ones so they can be on a speedy path to recovery and try to prevent anyone else from getting sick.
This is where Pfizer Products at Target as well as Sick Day Basket Idea for Kids comes in handy.
Of course keeping little ones comfortable is important and if you visit the Cough/ Cold Relief section at your local Target, you will find products made specifically for your child’s needs.
You can begin to ease Fever, Aches, and Pains with Children’s Advil® for ages 2-11 years. Then there is Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough’s for ages 6+ that treats stuffy runny noses, as well as sneezing, itchy watery eyes, and coughing. In addition, there is Day and Night cough relief in the form of Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack (Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion and Children’s Robitussin® Nighttime Cough) for ages 6-12 years.
Not only am I stocked up on the items to treat my children, this time I decided to be proactive and also put together a Sick Day Basket for my kids. This will keep them entertained and lift their spirits.
Thankfully Target has a great Dollar Area as well, where I was able to find a container as well as inexpensive goodies. Plus, they had DVD’s that we had not seen marked down at the check out line.
My Sick Day Basket Idea for Kids ideas include:
A Small Reusable Container
DVDS (I also have a portable DVD player so they can stay in their rooms)
Lemon Drops to help soothe a Sore Throat
Special Socks (work great for applying vapor rub)
Colored Pens or Pencils
Small Tissue Packages
Now, I am not only ready for future sick days with medicine, but with something fun for my children.
Do you put together items for your kids to help pass the time when they are sick? Any other suggestions to help keep them entertained?
To learn more about Pfizer products for kids and to save up to $3.50 for a limited time visit Sick just got real.™. You can also see what is in store by visiting Pfizer at Target and check them out on Facebook at facebook.com/SickJustGotReal.
Carlee @ LAAF
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