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There’s nothing worse than having sick kids. It’s the one thing about parenting that’s inevitable at some point. We have germs everywhere and when you have young children, they get SICK! You can try your best to wash their little hands give them vitamins but sooner or later your little one will end up sick and it’s no fun for anyone.
Fevers can be very scary, especially when they come in the middle of the night. This just happened to my 2 year old last weekend. He went to bed as normal but around midnight he woke up screaming and had a very high fever. It was completely out of the blue and I felt so bad for him. Thankfully there’s Children’s Advil to help ease my fears and keep temps down in little ones. It will keep your little ones fever free longer and with less medicine than Tylenol. That’s a huge relief for me!
I buy Children’s Advil at my neighborhood Walgreens. It works quickly and is very easy to administer. It comes is great flavors that makes it easy to swallow like grape, bubble gum, berry, dye free white grape, and fruit. It also comes in easy grape chewable and an easy to swallow tablet. The flavors make it more enjoyable for the kids and you don’t have to worry about them spitting it out. I love that they offer a sugar free/dye free version for kids and that it keeps them fever free for 8 hours!
When my kids are sick I try and do something extra special because I know they are feeling so rotten. My kids love playing with play dough. I always have the ingredients on hand to make it at home. It takes just a few minutes to make and keeps my kids happy and having fun.
I also build a special bed on the couch or on the floor full of fluffy blankets and lots of furry friends. We’ll watch TV together and sip on some juice. Other fun activities would be water painting, legos, and maybe a special movie to watch. You will do whatever makes your sickies feel better. In no time they will be good as new 🙂
Parent Tip: One thing I always do when one of my kids is sick is to set up an area/counter space for all their meds and anything I will need to help them. I keep a notepad and I write down the time/day/dosage of any meds given. This helps Dad or other caregivers too see exactly when meds were given and when they can be given again. This also helps if they get sick in the middle of the night and later on you can’t remember what time you gave them the medicine! This is my station all set up and ready 🙂
Having sick kids makes your heart hurt as a parent. You just want them to feel better and be back to normal fast. It’s so hard to see your child in pain but thankfully Children’s Advil can help your child feel better in no time!
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