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Being Prepared for When #SickJustGotReal & a Giveaway

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I thought we were doing so well this year. We made it to December with not one sick day. It was a miracle. It was too good to be true. It was good while it lasted. This past week we were hit with our first flu of the season. The puking in the middle of the night all over the sheets kind of sick. Now we’ve all gotten it and its a total puke-fest at my house and we’ve all been taken down…

Thank goodness for good medicine and puppy snuggles, thats all I’m sayin.

It’s been a doozy to say the least but thankfully in terms of medicines to help my sweet little girls feel better, I was prepared. Our medicine cabinet is all stocked up with all the essentials for times just like this – Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® and Children’s Dimetapp® are all ready to go.

We’ve had lingering night time coughs and its woken my girls up multiple times during the night and Children’s Robitussin® helps ease their coughs and with the nighttime cough it helps my oldest daughter get a good nights rest.

It also has a nice berry flavor that makes giving her medicine easier with her very picky tastes.

Being sick sucks but I was grateful that we were prepared and ready to tackle the symptoms with our first sickness of the season. Make sure your medicine cabinet is stocked up for when Sick Gets Real in your home.

Leave me a comment on what your tips are when Sick Gets Real in your home and enter the giveaway for a $25 Visa Gift Card and (1) Children’s Advil® Suspension (various flavor), (1) Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack and (1) Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough

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96 thoughts on “Being Prepared for When #SickJustGotReal & a Giveaway”

  1. Janice Cooper says:

    Drink lots of orange, eat toast for breakfast and chicken noodle soup for lunch and dinner. I also have lots of kleenex and medicine.

  2. stella methvin says:

    we start with the first sniffle with otc meds and sanitize everything

  3. DanV says:

    We have lots of rest and fluids

  4. Mary Gardner says:

    Keep lots of chicken soup, fever reducer, cough meds and cozy blankets on hand.

  5. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I try to keep hands as clean as possible, to prevent spread of germs.

  6. Trisha Musgrave says:

    My favorite breakfast food is bagels!

  7. Trisha McKee says:

    I ensure we have plenty of sanitizer, fever medicine, and tissues. And chicken soup.

  8. Buddy Garrett says:

    Rest, stay hydrated and have a liquid diet are my tips.

  9. Laurie Emerson says:

    My favorite breakfast food is french toast. My best tip is to have plenty of children’s medicines in case of the flu or cold.

  10. sharlene caisse says:

    Lots of fluids and rest.

  11. MarciaF says:

    We drink warm Vernors ginger ale when we get sick. It’s a Michigan tradition.

  12. Stephanie Phelps says:

    My tip is to keep lots of fluids like frozen ginger ale or powerade on hand and a humidifier!

  13. Laurie Nykaza says:

    Pancakes we love them and my kids go to the dr when they get sick my son has a heart transplant so we have too.

  14. Bea Alexandra says:

    I always have the fixings for some soup and grilled cheese to soothe a queasy tummy.

  15. Vikki Billings says:

    My favorite breakfast food is biscuits and gravy! My tips to stay healthy are get a flu shot, wash your hands all the time and clean surfaces in your house with disenfectant