Getting Through Winter With a Sick Day Survival Kit (Giveaway)

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This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and 20th Century Fox. All thoughts and reviews are my own.

Sick Day

These last few weeks have been a bit of a blur. My two smallest kids have thrown up, had fevers, coughs and we are on the tail end of runny noses. We’ve had some rough nights of the baby not wanting to sleep and a few sick days on the couch with my three year old. I’m looking forward to warmer days ahead, healthy kids and for those bright eyes and smile that you see below to be back!



For the time being, we’ve had to depend on our sick day survival kit. You might wonder exactly what a sick day survival kit is and you might have one in your home without realizing it. Our kit includes:


Pfizer Pediatric Products: Children’s Advil®, Infant’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion and Children’s Dimetapp® Cough & Cold are all kept on hand in our home. They are brands and products that I have trust for years. When my two littles had fevers that wouldn’t come down on their own, we turned to Advil® to give them relief.



Movies: Good movies are a must when it comes to sick days. There’s nothing better than snuggling in with a good movie and your favorite blanket when you aren’t feeling well.



Electrolyte Drinks: We always keep electrolyte drinks on hand when the kids are sick. Many times they have decreased appetite and need to stay hydrated so it is a good choice for them.

If you are struggling with wintertime sickness like we are at our house, head in to Target through February 20th to SAVE with Cartwheel on products for your sickness survival kit! If you aren’t familiar with Cartwheel, it’s an app you can download on your phone. You load money saving coupons and use them at the register!

Save 10% on select Pfizer products as well as 20th Century Fox DVDs.


GIVEAWAY!  One lucky Babes and Kids Reader will win an awesome prize pack so that they can put together their sick day kit.  To be eligible to win, pleas use the rafflecopter form below.
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    I would put a soft blanket, water, Advil, chicken noodle soup and a couple good movies in my sick kit.

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