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Nov 20, 2017

Be Prepared For Those Holiday Germs + $25 Visa GC Prize Pack Giveaway

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

The holiday season is officially here! Many of us are busy shopping, and getting our homes prepared for entertaining. It's a hectic time of year, that's for sure. It's also 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 cold & flu survival kit:
  • Digital thermometer
  • Extra toothbrushes so you can toss the old one out 
  • Vaporizer  
  • mentholated rub, clean washcloths, flexible ice packs stored in freezer 
  • books and movies for entertaining your sick little one
  • a washable plush toy and blanket 
  • paper drinking cups that are disposable so germs don't hang around 
  • extra tissue boxes around the house
  • A variety of children's *medications including: Children's Advil, Children’s Robitussin DM Day/Night Pack, and Children's Dimetapp. *Remember to follow instructions on packaging for correct dosage. 

Children's Advil Suspension does the trick when this little guy gets a fever, or feels a bit achy. It's good 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.

It's virtually impossible to keep our kids away from germs, especially during the holiday season, but they can get some relief with Pfizer Pediatric medications. You can visit the Sick just got real™ site for cold and flu relief tips, as well as product information and money-saving coupons. You can even use their helpful "Sick Sense Relief Finder" to search your child's age, and specific symptoms to find out which medication they need.
***Giveaway***
One lucky Mom Files reader will win a prize pack including: a $25 virtual Visa gift card and (1) Children's Advil® Suspension (various flavor), (1) Children’s Robitussin ® DM Day/Night Pack and (1) Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough. Enter below:
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This giveaway is open to U.S. Residents only and ends on November 302017. Must follow rules in Rafflecopter. One winner will be chosen randomly. Mom Files is not responsible for any lost or stolen prizes. Good luck!
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68 comments

  1. Tissues with aloe to help prevent dry and sore noses

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  2. Tracy Shafer11/20/2017 3:26 PM

    Tissues and sanitizer

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  3. Sanitizer, Vicks and lots of Tissue

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  4. tissues and a hot water bottle

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  5. Tissue, medicine, chicken noodle soup and a cozy blanket.

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  6. Lots of tissues, inhalers and cold medicine

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  7. I need to have cough medicine and a DVD player for when my daughter gets a cold.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  8. Tissues, hand sanitizer, cough medicine

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  9. Tieesues with aloe, cough medicine and sanitizer.

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  10. Hand sanitizer, tissue, soups, fluids, and medicine.

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  11. Hand Sanitizer, Tissue with aloe, vicks, cold/flu syrup. And a few movies!

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  12. facial tissues, cough syrup, tylenol

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  13. Humidifier, tissues, and medicines.

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  14. A must have for my grandson's cold and flu survival kit is fever medication, tissues, and a humidifier in his bedroom.

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  15. Soup, orange juice and medicine
    tweety800265(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  16. Medication, tissues, cold packs, soup and water are a must!

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  17. I have to have a humidifier, tissues, cough medicine and tylenol.

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  18. Our must-haves are definitely tissue with lotion and a warm blanket.

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  19. having Hand sanitizer is a must

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  20. Sanitizer, vicks and I always keep a small tube of vasoline near to dab on his nose so it doesnt get sore from blowing his nose.

    Lori Hicks

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  22. Kleenex, chicken soup and meds are must haves to us.

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  23. kleenex and heating pad and medicine

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  24. Tissue, chicken soup, Tylenol, cough medicine and cough drops.

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  25. Definitely lots of tissues and cough drops.

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  26. We have to have his favorite blanket, comfort food and medicine.

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  27. I must have childrens Advil for cold season.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  28. Cold medicine, kleenex, and water.

    Thank you for the chance to win this!

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  29. Soft tissues are a must!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  30. Tissues and cough drops are must-haves.

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  31. My children are all moved out of the house. But I have a grand child coming soon.

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  32. Soft tissues are a must!

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  33. These are all staples in the household. I would say blankets, electrolytes, medicine and tissue! starla.batesATyahoo.com

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  34. a good humidifier and essential oils

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  35. Our must haves are tissues, saline nasal spray and medicine.

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  36. Medication, tissues, chicken soup and water are a must!

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  37. Our must have is tissues and their blankets

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  38. Oh I have to say tissues and a humidifier!

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  39. Advil, tissues, saline mist and a comfy pillow are all must haves.

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  40. Our must haves are:
    Soup,
    Water,
    Snuggles
    Medicine!

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  41. I must have tissues and vicks for my little one. She hates a runny nose.

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  42. MUST HAVES ARE TISSUES, TYLENOL & CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP :)

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  43. Tissues, cold meds, warm blanket, and netflex.

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  44. Vapor rub, and a vaporizer really help keep my kids more comfortable.

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  45. Tissues and a cozy spot with lots of blankets and fluffy pillows!

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  46. Children's Advil, thermometer, DVDs and warm blanket.

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  47. Cough drops are a definite must have item.

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  48. A must have is tissues and water bottles to stay hydrated.

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  49. Tissues, advil, soft blankets, water.

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  50. Tissue & Hand Sanitizer is a definite must-have! Along with cough drops & lots of water or Ginger Ale & Flat Sprite.

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  51. Children's Advis is a must for our house.

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  52. Tissues and cough drops.

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  53. A humidifer and tissues!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  54. hand sanitizers, tissues, vitamin C

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  55. Fuzzy socks and warm blankets!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  56. Tissues, medicine and a humidifier

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  57. Hand sanitizer is a must!

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  58. Tissue! You can never have enough! Thanks for the chance

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  59. Tissues, cough drops, vicks, mucinex, and saline spray are all in my kit!

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  60. Advil, tissues, saline mist and a comfy pillow are all must haves.

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  61. Besides Dimetapp, must have is chicken soup, warm blanket, tissues, and netflix.

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  62. Lots of tissues and chicken soup

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