being MVP: Pfizer Pediatric Platform Now Available at Target + #Giveaway #SickJustGotReal

Pfizer Pediatric Platform Now Available at Target + #Giveaway #SickJustGotReal

Disclosure: The Pfizer Pediatric Platform products, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.

With this year’s flu season being the worst ever, I worry about the crazy illnesses that my little cootie monsters will bring home especially from school. While, I do take as many precautions as possible, including the flu vaccine for the entire family, there are some things that are simply inevitable. For those times, I unfortunately, have to rely on medications to ease symptoms and bear through it all. I’m not a proponent of medicating children unnecessarily especially with sugar enhanced and unhealthy “cures” on the shelves. Recently, I learned about the Pfizer Pediatric products that have been specially formulated for helping kids and I’m a big fan.


When my kids get sick I sometimes wonder if I feel more awful than them. My son suddenly becomes very quiet and lethargic with no energy to even eat. Children’s Advil® is a great relief for fevers and comes in children approved flavors such as Bubble Gum, Grape and Blue Raspberry. Even better it also has parent approved flavors such as Sugar-free Dye Free Berry and Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape. It’s a world of a difference once my son gets his medicine and how he feels making me feel better especially knowing that he is getting ingredients I feel comfortable giving. This is perfect for kids between the ages of 2 and 11, but is also available in an infant formula. The Infants’ Advil® White Grape comes with an easy use syringe for little ones between 6-23 months. 



Fevers are not very frequent in our home, thankfully, but ever since my kiddo began school I find that there seems to a great deal of time there is a runny nose or congestion in our home especially as he passes it to his little sister. Seeing the both of them struggle to breathe at night and coughing so much that it interrupts their meal makes me extremely uneasy. Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack, which includes Children’s Robitussin®  Cough & Chest Congestion and Children’s Robitussin ®Nighttime Cough is great at breaking up chest congestion with a non-drowsy daytime formula which is perfect for his active lifestyle. The nighttime formula is perfect to relieve the cough and runny nose so they can rest comfortably at night to help fight off the virus.  Children’s Dimetapp® Cough & Cold is also perfect in a yummy grape flavor to help with runny noses and relieve coughs.



As verbose as my son can be, when he’s sick his ability to express what exactly is bothering him is difficult and the ability to see him so sad and pathetic looking is unbearable for me. Thankfully the Pfizer Pediatric Products are able to address both our needs in a perfect appeal for kids and parents. Knowing that my kids are bound to be sick, I’m so happy that my cabinets are well stocked and we are well prepared.


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36 comments:

  1. I like to diffuse oils whenever someone in my house is sick.

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  2. When the kids get sick I just try to make them as comfortable as possible and get them better as soon as possible. I give them chicken noodle soup and they like to cuddle up with a blanket and watch tv.

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  3. My daughter is in grade school and they swap germs a lot. I don't even want to talk about getting sick again this school year, but hopefully I can stock up for the fall.

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  4. We make sure we get lots of rest when we feel something coming on. It's usually because we are so worn out!

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  5. I bleach everything even the toothbrush I hate cooties..

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  6. I like not tea and my meds. For kids when they are sick we just get a ton of meds and movies

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  7. I always change the sheets and my toothbrush.. I up my vitamin C doses as well.

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  8. We deal with the sick by staying hydrated, getting plenty of rest, and eating garlic chicken soup.

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  9. My tip is to get lots of rest and lots of fluids!

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  10. Snuggles, movies, freeze pops, and blankies!

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  11. I make sure they get lots of rest and fluids and I read to them.

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  12. When my kids were younger I used to set up a really cute area where there were lots of pillows and blankets. Then we would have a special day to just relax and spend time together.

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  13. A sick kiddo is just the worst- unless the entire family (including Mom) is sick. We like to use humidifiers in our living room and bedrooms to help with breathing. I find they can make night breathing so much easier when we have head colds.

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  14. I usually try to make sure my children get a lot of rest, fluids and I read to them when sick.

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  15. We had the worst flu in our family for almost a month..it dragged on and on. we tried everything. What was best was drinking lots of OJ and taking vitamins and advil

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  16. I hate seeing my kiddo sick!! We use essential oils and local honey if its a cold and loooooots of fluids!! Plus looooots of mommy snuggles :)

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  17. Sleep, juice, water, tea, watching our favorite shows on Netfix. For my sons it is watching Minecraft videos LOL!

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  18. For colds the first thing I do is bring out the humidifier! That helps with breathing so they can get plenty of rest. That plus plenty of fluids always helps! Vicks vapor rub works wonders too!

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  19. Unfortunately, we have a sick kiddo today. I have already sprayed the whole house with Lysol and opened all the windows, replaced the toothebrushes and diffused some anti-germ essential oils.

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  20. Lots of fluids and rest are crucial!!! Dont forget the cuddles and warm blankets!

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  21. When my toddler and infant got sick a few weeks ago I got through it one prayer at a time. I did my best to keep their noses clear, keep them loved, and medicated

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  22. I try to make sure they get plenty of fluids, cold meds and rest when they get sick.

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  23. We drink lots of fluids and get plenty of rest. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  24. I give her honeyed water, lots of hugs and kisses and we read her favorite books together!

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  25. I've really found that the syringe is helpful for delivering meds. We focus on staying hydrated to help battle the illness with ice pops and popsicles.

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  26. We get lots of rest/sleep, drink lots of water, run the humidifier & cuddle up on the couch with warm, comfy blankets when sick hits!

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  27. when my babies dont feel well i cuddle them up on the couch with vicks run vicks Kleenex chicken soup and a vaporizer and hot tea and honey...and let them watch their favorite movies...

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  28. Lots of tissues, chapstick, tylenol or advil. A humidifier and vicks rub

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  29. We get lots of rest and cuddle time watching family movies.

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  30. Lots of sleep and chicken soup helps a lot! Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  31. I try to disinfect everything with Clorox wipes to make sure the germs don't spread

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  32. We have a special blanket and pillow for the sick child. They are extra soft and comfy.
    Sadie B.

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  33. Prior to you reach any sort of contracts with the clinician, confirm if they are covered by your health plan. You risk paying for all the medical invoices if the hospital is not in the insurance plan of your health policy provider. Let the management additionally inform you of any other methods of payment that they accept. Pediatrician Totowa

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