If sick just got real in your home would you be prepared to comfort your child? Cold and Flu Season is here. Learn more about how to Knock It Out and enter to win the giveaway.

Cold And Flu Season Got Your Down? 3 Tips To Knock It Out! {Giveaway}

Disclosure: The Pfizer Pediatric Platform products, information, and additional Cold and Flu Season gift pack have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own. *It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric Platform products and to use as directed. 

If sick just got real in your home would you be prepared to comfort your child? Cold and Flu Season is here. Learn more about how to Knock It Out and enter to win the giveaway.

3 Steps to Knock Out Cold and Flu Season

Hand Washing – Make sure that everyone is thoroughly washing their hands as soon as they come home from school. Germs they’ve collected from their friends should be left outside the house.

Sharing – Or not sharing in this case. Sharing can lead to germs being passed back and forth. I know it’s impossible to keep siblings from sharing things, but when one is sick, it’s best to explain to the other to try hard to not share too much. Especially when it’s a stomach bug, in that case, kids should never have to share.

If sick just got real in your home would you be prepared to comfort your child? Cold and Flu Season is here. Learn more about how to Knock It Out and enter to win the giveaway.

Comfort – There is nothing worse than watching your little one be uncomfortable with a fever. When the girls start to show their discomfort we put our trust in Children’s Advil® Suspension to get the girls back to their perky selves. For children over 6, you can also give them Children’s Robitussin ® DM Day/Night Pack or Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough depending on their symptoms. Keep everything you need handy like a thermometer, box of tissues and medications nearby, but out of reach of children.

Not sure which product to use? – When cold and flu season hit your home amd sick gets real, the pediatric brands of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare are there with three solutions – Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® and Children’s Dimetapp® – to tackle the ickiest of symptoms.

Tackle a child’s most bothersome stuffy and runny noses, all while working to relieve cough with Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough for ages 6+.

Ease those aches and pains, while reducing a child’s fever fast with Children’s Advil® Suspension*, a great solution for kids as young as 2 and up to 11. Children’s Advil® comes in several great-tasting flavors, including: Sugar-free Dye-free Berry, Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. There’s also Infants’ Advil® White Grape, which provides unsurpassed fever relief (among OTC pain relievers) with a syringe for easy dosing for children 6-23 months.

Formulated just for kids, Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack (Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion for ages 4+ and Children’s Robitussin® Nighttime Cough Long-Acting for ages 6+)** non-drowsy daytime formula helps break up chest congestion, while the long-acting nighttime formula relieves coughs and runny noses to help kids get the rest they need.

What are some of the ways you comfort your child when they are sick?

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Cold And Flu Season Giveaway

If sick just got real in your home would you be prepared to comfort your child? Cold and Flu Season is here. Learn more about how to Knock It Out and enter to win the giveaway.

One lucky reader will have a chance to win a Cold and Flu Season prize pack containing a $25 Virtual Visa Gift Card, (1) Children’s Advil® Suspension (various flavor), (1) Children’s Robitussin ® DM Day/Night Pack and (1) Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough. The giveaway will end at 11:59pm EST on 12/31/17. All entrants must be at least 18 years of age or older and residents of the United States. You must use the Rafflecopter below to enter. Good luck!

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Disclosure: The Pfizer Pediatric Platform products, information, and giveaway gift pack have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own. *It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric Platform products and to use as directed. I am not responsible for the prize fulfillment. The sponsor of this event will be responsible for fulfillment of prize. The prize may be sent via FedEx or USPS. No P.O. Boxes please. Only one entrant per household (ip address). One winner per household, email address, IP address or home address. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. No purchase is necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received. All entries are optional; however, the more tasks you complete the greater your chances of winning. Confirmed Winner(s), via Random.org, will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. This event is in no way associated with, sponsored, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Mama E

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Comments (50)

  • No matter how small or big the illness, I always comforted my daughter with love. There’s something very soothing about having your forehead caressed or your back rubbed when you don’t feel well. I made her comfortable with a favorite blanket or extra pillow if she had to stay in bed.

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  • Chicken noodle soup and hot lemonade are some of the favorites in our house.

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  • I let her rest in my room and we watch cartoons

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  • We eat hot chicken soup and drink lemon with honey .

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  • I make them soup and let them stay in my bed where they can watch tv.

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  • I wrap my niece in a warm blanket and put her favorite stuffed animals next to her. I make sure she has plenty of funny movies to watch and snuggle with her.

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  • When my daughter gets sick, I just try to make her as comfortable as possible with ginger ale to settle her stomach and her favorite show on TV to keep her distracted from how bad she feels

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  • Meds to feel comfortable, good homemade soup and lots of hugs and love.

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  • Chicken soup and hot tea with honey and lemon always made my kids feel a little better.

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  • I let my son wrap up in his favorite blanket. I try to get him to eat soup or drink some warm hot chocolate.

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  • We have always made a “fun” time of sickness. The whole family joins in loving on the sick one. And we always make special foods. Cuddles, if they feel like it, and reading out loud top the list.

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  • I give them some meds (if necessary) and then curl up on the couch with them for movie time with the fire on 🙂

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  • lots of snuggles and watching movies

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  • I give my kids juice, vitamins and lotion tissues when they are sick.

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  • They get full control of the Netflix.

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  • Lots of hugs!

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  • I use Certified Therapeutic grade Essential Oils (like doterra but I have other brands but I seem to like doterra the best as far as quality- even smells of different brands Doterra wins in my book- that I have found ) a lot tooooo, they really work. I have been amazed at all they do for different occassions of need. Seriouly give it a try sometime. I still cant get over it and they are all plant, harvested at just the right time and even time of day – nothing unatural and no additives or chemicals and nothing to stop you from using if you have to take these stupid cancer pills, like my doctor seems to think because I called Doterra and thier doctor told me its all plants and nothing more or less. I believe this one Doctors name was David HIll on the internet to look him up. He is a genius and Dr. Robert Pappas (many awesome videos to learn from on youtube) also. They have a incredible Crew from mail room, customer Service up !!!

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  • We watch lots of movies and eats lots of chicken noodle soup.

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  • When mine are sick, they get the couch, the tv, a fluffy pillow, and a snuggly blanket. they get tons of hugs and tlc.

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  • We have lots of movie time!

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  • Lots of homemade chicken noodle soup, juice, tissues, books, and DVD’s.

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  • I make my son fresh fruit smoothies. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  • When sick gets real I comfort my daughter with a warm bath, a vaporizer and snuggles:)

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  • We give my niece a warm bath and we feed her soups.

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  • I let her lay on my bed and watch movies.

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  • They gets gets hot chicken noodle soup & we make sure there is a good supply of tissues.

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  • I snuggle her up with her favorite blanket on the couch. Put her favorite show on. Make sure she gets plenty of fluids, vitamin C and medicine.

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  • We lay in bed together and watch cartoons.

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  • I comfort my son with the word “yes”. I know weird right? If he asks for comfort food, then he gets it. Want to spend all day cuddled with your mommy? Of course. Giving him what he wants over a course of two-three days makes him happy because he absolutely hates being tuck inside.

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    • Mama E

      LOVE THIS!!! The power of YES is incredible.

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  • No kids. I get plenty of sleep, drink lots of water and eat chicken soup.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  • cuddle time and watch their fave shows

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  • They can watch TV/movies in my room and I make their favorite food.

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  • I always make a big batch of my grandma’s chicken soup! It has always comforted me when I was sick and now I get to pass it along to my little ones!

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  • My kids like to lay on the couch and watch tv and I keep them hydrated with gatorade and give what meds needed to help them through this. Lots of love goes along with all this. It always makes them feel better.

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  • I tuck them in & Place a
    Cold rag on there head.

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  • I just let my daughter watch her favorite movies and shows while cuddling on the couch.

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  • We have lots of chicken soup and cozy blankets along with fever reducers and cough meds and watch plenty of movies.

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  • i lay them in bed and turn the tv on. I make them soup, give them medicine, and some gingerale

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  • No longer have children in our home, but when I did, I always made chicken noodle soup and one daughter used to like licorice when she was sick so her daddy would always go out for it. I somethings like the same things myself when I’m sick. 🙂

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  • I try to make them as comfortable as possible and let them lay on the couch and watch tv.

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  • I make them soup and bring them lots of fluids and find their favorite show to watch on tv

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  • I love to make homemade chicken soup to help comfort!

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  • Black elderberry and cold.calm. It helps speed up the cold for my little guys.

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  • I make my kids soup, I cuddle with them, watch movies with them, and I make sure they have plenty of “sick” activities so they don’t go crazy with boredom.

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  • Soup, blankets and lots of cartoons. I also ensure we nip the illness in the bud with the best of medicine.

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  • I comfort my children by making chicken noodle soup. fresh orange juice, reading their favorite books to them and snuggling with them under the blanket.

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  • Make them chicken noodle soup and let them watch their fave movies.

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  • Nice warm bed and tv. Their comfort foods if they want them

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  • Lots of extra cuddles & loves! And also a coloring book or their favorite movie doesn’t hurt either! 🙂

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