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Jan 31, 2017

CLOSED-- How To Make A Sickness Survival Kit (Giveaway) #SickJustGotReal

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

It's that dreaded time of year again- cold and flu season. It seems like your child can go from being perfectly healthy and energetic, to feverish and sniffling in a matter of minutes. I have seen this happen way too often over the years and have learned to do all I can to prepare for those moments.

We always keep some cold and flu supplies on hand year 'round. To help relieve some of those symptoms, we include these items in our sickness survival kit:

  • Digital thermometer
  • a bottle of Children’s Advil®, Children's Robitussin® DM Cough & Chest Congestion, and Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough. Remember to follow instructions on packaging for correct dosage. 
  • Extra toothbrushes so you can toss the old one out 
  • Vaporizer  
  • mentholated rub, clean washcloths, flexible ice packs stored in freezer 
  • book and movies for entertaining your sick little one
  • plush toy and blanket 
  • paper drinking cups that are disposable so germs don't hang around 
  • extra tissue boxes around the house
Children's Advil® does the trick when this little guy gets a fever. It's 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.
Pfizer Pediatric Products, 20th Century Fox, and the Sick just got real™ site are here to help our little ones get through those sick days. Right now you can get some extra savings at Target using Cartwheel coupon codes (valid 1/29/17 through 2/20/17) on the following Pfizer Pediatric products and 20th Century Fox movies:
  • Children’s Robitussin® This has been a go-to for my family for many years. Helps a whole lot with coughing and congestion. 
  • Children’s Dimetapp® Helps to calm sniffling and sneezing.  
  • Children’s Advil® Very effective and long-lasting to keep fevers down and gives relief from cold-related headaches. 
  • Ice Age Collision Course: Your favorite ICE AGE heroes are back and cooler than ever in this all-new animated adventure that’s mammoth-sized fun for the whole family! Now the entire herd—including Buck, Manny, Ellie, Sid and Diego—must work together on a hilarious journey filled with nonstop action and colorful new characters, in order to survive the global Scrat-tastrophe!
  • The Peanuts Movie: Dream big and laugh along with good ol’ Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the beloved Peanuts gang as you’ve never seen them before — in a brand-new feature film from the imagination of Charles M. Schulz and the creators of Ice Age. Join everyone’s favorite eternal optimist, Charlie Brown, as he embarks on a heroic quest, while his beagle pal Snoopy takes to the skies to pursue his archnemesis, the Red Baron. It’s a hilarious and heartwarming adventure that proves every underdog has his day!
  • The Sandlot: Tom Guiry plays Scotty Smalls, the shy new kid on the block who wants to join the rowdy pickup baseball team that plays every day in the neighborhood sandlot. The summer passes blissfully as Scotty learns to play ball under the wing of Benny Rodriguez (Mike Vitar), the oldest and best player, as well as Ham, Squints, Repeat and the rest of the kid-eccentrics. The skies darken, however, when Benny literally knocks the stuffing out of the team's only baseball, a sign of impending doom, or worse, bad luck. Wanting to set things right, Scotty returns home and "borrows" his stepfather's ball, which he promptly uses to hit his first home run, knocking the ball clear out of the sandlot into mean old Mr. Mertle (James Earl Jones)'s junkyard, home to Mertle's legendary guard dog The Beast. 

What kid wouldn't want to be cuddled under the covers while watching a great movie? To get your own sickness survival kit together, Mom Files is giving away a great prize to help to one lucky reader.

This prize pack includes: $25 Target gift card, Pfizer Pediatric products [Children's Advil® Suspension, Grape, Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion, Children’s Dimetapp® Cough & Cold] and (1) 20th Century Fox DVD (Ice Age: Collision Course, The Sandlot, The Peanuts Movie)



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76 comments

  1. We always have tissues on hand!

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  2. Always have tissues, medicine, and lots of fluids

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  3. For my kids, I stock up on tissues and soup.

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  4. A warm cozy blanket, tissue and medicine.

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  5. I would say tissues, medicine, blankie, and drinks. Probably a long movie over and over too.

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  6. Saltines are a must have for my sickness survival kit.

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  7. For our sickness survival kit we have to have chicken noodle soup and Netflix!
    thank you

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  8. A must have is a thermometer in my kids wellness kit!

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  9. Lots of love, sick blanket and the remote control.

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  10. juices, tissues and a thermometer.

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  11. Some must have items for my son's sickness survive kit are medicine and juice
    Thank You

    Fiona N

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  12. Juice blankets tissues and soup

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  13. A must-have for my grandson's sick survival kit is children's Advil!

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  14. A soft blanket, cartoons, tissues and soup are must haves when my child is sick.

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  15. Must haves are tissues, water or juice, a comfy pillow and a warm blanket.
    Thank you!

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  16. I love the Dimetapp Cold and Cough medicine. It really works. A must have also is Advil, hot chicken noodle soup, plenty of tissues and plenty of liquids.

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  17. She loves for me to make my homemade chicken soup and some of my must haves are tissues, warm blanket and a good vaporizer.

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  18. cough medicine and tissues

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  19. Tissues and cold medicine

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  20. In flu and cold season, we keep lots of liquids and soups on hand.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  21. Lots of hugs, chicken noodle soup & Johnson's lavender bath!

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  22. Tissues, coloring books or sticker books, chicken soup, and lots of back rubs!

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  23. a heated blanket and tissues.

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  24. Tissues, cold medicine and water.

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  25. Honey and vicks are the two must haves we have for when our kids are sick!

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  26. I have to have a fever reducer and cough medicine.

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  27. We must have pain medication, blankets, a cold compress, and a thermometer.

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  28. Kleenex is a must-have for my kid's sickness survival kit.

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  29. A must-have for my kid's sickness survival kit is pain reliever, tissues, and saline spray for colds.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  30. A must have in my child's sickness survival kit is is homemade chicken noodle soup.

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  31. Lots of tissues and cold medicine.

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  32. We definitely have to have a favorite blanket,tissues and cough medicine.

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  33. We go through lots of water and vitamins.

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  34. A good movie, fluids, Children's Advil.

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  35. tissues, juice, and toys that he can hold or look at easily

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  36. Having a working thermometer is fundamental!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  37. Gotta have lots of tissues and homemade chicken soup.

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  38. This is great. Great movies or cartoons, blankets and tons of Goldfish always help. Plus medicines and fluids! starla.batesATyahoo.com

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  39. home made chicken noodle soup, freshly squeezed orange juice, tissues and lots of hugs.

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  40. A comfy blanket and chicken noodle soup!

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  41. Lots of vitamin C, vicks and a humidifer!

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  42. I always have tissues on hand. You can never have enough.

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  43. Must have tissues and water.

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  44. Gatorade to keep them hydrated!

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  45. Tissues, water and a comfy blanket.

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  46. Blankets and tissues are our must haves!

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  47. My must have is hand sanitizer and tissues.

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  48. Popsicles, juice, ginger ale, medicine!

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  49. Fluids vitamins and of course tissues

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  50. lots of juices and tissues, kids medicines. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  51. Soft tissues and saline spray are must haves.

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  52. A thermometer is my must have.

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  53. I keep a lot of fluids and tissues near and a whole bunch of hugs.

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  54. allyson tice2/05/2017 11:50 PM

    must have ginger ale and saline spray

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  55. Warm blankets and lots of love.

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  56. soup and crackers...and tylenol

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  57. We always need tissues and chicken noodle soup!

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  58. Tissues, chicken soup, and orange juice.

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  59. We use vapor rub, we have lots of tissues, and get lots of rest.

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  60. elderberry and essential oils are a must

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  61. My must have's are orange juice, hot soup, a blanket, tissues and good movies.

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  62. They usually want lots of juices to drink

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  63. Lots of tissues and zinc lozenges.

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  64. Tissues, juice and stuffed animals.

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  65. Must haves are plenty of fluid, chicken broth & chicken noodle soup, a humidifier, Kleenex, Acetaminophen and throat lozenges. A comfortable pillow and fuzzy blankets really help as well to make the kids comfortable.

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  66. Must haves include tissues, cough drops, Advil, Tylenol and a heating pad.

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  67. Vicks, Thermometer, Kleenex

    jwats1127@cox.net

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