This post is sponsored by Little Remedies.
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks. On the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, my daughter broke her arm. Then a few days later, her little brother was suffering from an ear infection due to his cold that wouldn’t go away. And poor Emma now has it too. We’ve already seen more doctor’s office visits than we usually do in a month, and there is no end in sight.
At age 6, Emma is finally able to take cough medicine, but Ryan cannot. It’s one of the final milestones in the baby category. I’m thankful this week for Little Remedies’ Honey Cough Syrup because it is something I can not only give to my youngest, but my oldest has a natural alternative too. I just can’t believe my little girl is so big now. Looking back, these are some of my favorite…
Whatever you do, don’t rush all of the firsts. Take them all in and enjoy every moment, because before you know it, your “baby” is all grown up.
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Little Remedies® Honey Cough Syrup
Simple, natural relief for little coughs and throats.
- Soothes coughs day or night*
- Only 3 ingredients
- No artificial colors or flavors, no saccharin or alcohol, no high fructose corn syrup
- Not for use with children under 12 months.
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The Mid-Atlantic Foodie says
It’s always a great thing when we find a natural alternative to make our children comfortable when they feel under the weather. Your little ones are darling btw!
It seems like when one child is sick, inevitably they all get sick. I’m glad you found a good, natural cough remedy!
Kay Adeola says
I hope everyone is feeling better now.We have had the odd cough and cold this year which my wonderful kids all very kindly give to me lol.Lovely photos.
Boy your little ones have been through the ringer lately. Little Remedies’ sounds like a great product and one I wish we had way back when.
My husband and I recently started going through old pictures and came across quite a few that showcased milestones. I guess I cherish them all but the going away to college is one that has had the biggest impact on me and probably the one that was the most difficult yet rewarding.
This is super sweet. I remember a lot of my kids milestones too.
Maureen Campaiola says
Your kids are adorable. Hope they all feel better real soon.
Lois Alter Mark says
Oh, those pictures are adorable and bring back lots of memories. Glad there’s a natural cough medicine for kids – so much better than the ones loaded with chemicals.
MyKidsGuide (@MyKidsGuide) says
I am so sorry your daughter broke her arm. That must hurt. It is great that you can give this cough syrup to different age groups. It makes it easier to manage
Great pictures! I’m super sentimental and emotional. So I’m pretty sure every milestone has been my favorite for each of my littles.