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Last week my kids were outside running around in shorts and tee shirts and this week,the weather has gone from beautiful in the 60’s to insanely cold, with rain and 2″ of snow is in the forecast! The kids are bundling up in hats, scarves and gloves and the weather is just unpredictable. This type of weather does nothing more than create colds and flus and Dr. Mom has to come to the rescue of every little nose stuffed with boogies, and little foreheads that are burning up with fevers. It’s a good thing that Dr. Mom has a fever reducer in her bag of tricks that most pediatricians use for their own kids.
All it takes in my home is for one child to come bring the ‘germ’ home and it just moves through the whole house. I don’t trust fake brands when it comes to fever fighting and ever since I have had toddlers my pediatricians have recommended using Children’s Advil so I feel good and comfortable when providing my children the needed dosages. Did you know that Children’s Advil® offers fever relief of up to 8 hours? My kids often feel a lot better after a dose or two of Children’s Advil® and then they are not like little zombies that are removed from their bodies because they start to feel better as the fever relieves. I am not running right to the Dr. anymore because I know I can count on Children’s Advil for some relief of flu and fever symptoms, and the Dr. will just not be able to help(unless it has been 3 days), so I work with my own medicine bag and deal with the fever and the sniffles.
We have used Children’s Advil in our home for a long time, starting with my daughter and now for my 2 boys. This is our go-to when fevers occur so they can have a bit of relief from feeling gross and yucky(that’s real technical jargon right? lol) Did you know that Children’s Advil® comes in Bubble Gum, Blue Raspberry and Dye-free White Grape? Grab plenty of tissues, loads of coloring books and anti-bacterial wipes and get ready for this cold season that seems to have no end. You are Dr. Mom, embrace the season, and snuggle up while the kids have the sniffles!
*Always check with your pediatrician before administering any medicines, dosages, etc.