This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pfizer.
The kids have gotten their flu shots, wash their hands frequently and use antibacterial soap. We’re doing everything we can to prevent getting sick as cold andflu season begins, but that doesn’t mean we won’t contract an illness. All of those preventative measures are definitely part of how we prepare for cold and flu season, but we also have to prepare to get sick.
As long as we have the right medicines, we will get through cold and flu season just fine. It’s medicines like Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® and Children’s Dimetapp® that help relieve our symptoms and help us feel a little better until those nasty viruses are gone.
So while you’re planning for the holidays, getting your shopping done and planning trips, make sure you plan for your kids to get sick. Unfortunately, they probably will – but at least you’ll be prepared. And if they don’t? That would be the icing on the cake!
Enter to win!
$25 virtual Visa gift card and additional Pfizer pediatric products including:
Children’s Advil® Suspension in Grape, Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack and Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough
Susan Smith says
We have used those products before and always keep some of them in the meds cabinet for when the kids are sick. We wash our hands often and take vitamins.
Erika W. says
I agree- we do everything we can to avoid getting sick but it still happens. I got the flu last spring but thankfully nobody else in the house tested positive for it. They did have colds though and robitussin and others helped so much!
I would love to win because my daughter always seems to get a cold during the school year. It never fails, there must be germs everywhere!
Jillian Too says
We’re prepping for cold and flu season. We’ve had our flu shots and we’re taking care to wash our hands frequently.
Katie Smith says
I would love to win this because my daughter is in preschool now and seems to always catch something! I never seem to have anything on hand at the time and always have to run out .
It seems once the grandkids go back to school, they start to get sick. I always keep Advil, Cough Syrup and Cough Drops on hand because these are much needed.
My family has been using Children’s Advil for a long time. It is important to have this in the medicine cabinet especially during the winter!
I hate cold and flu season! We are always stocked up with Children’s Advil.
Lisa Brown says
I have used those products before and always keep Dimetapp in the meds cabinet for when the kids are sick. I try to get them to wash their hands as much as possible; thanks for the chance :)
Emily Smith says
We always use Robitussin for coughs and Advil for fever and pain. Unlucky for us, we’ve already seen illness take over our house three times since school started!