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Our summer has taken us a lot of fun places, amusement parks, play areas, splash pads, swimming pools and more. We love the summer time here in Minnesota and try hard to make the best of the good weather.
We are always on the look out for fun new adventures. However, these explorations come with germs and ickyness left from the kids who were exploring before us, and even though it is the summer time our little ones almost always end up with some sniffles or a cough, in the middle of June.
Luckily when ‘Sick Just Got Real’ Pfizer’s Pediatric team steps in to help us tackle the ‘ew’iest of symptoms with Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin®, and Children’s Dimetapp®.
Gradie recently turned four and when she got a cough we battled to get her to shake, we were able to reach for the Children’s Robitussin (for kids aged 4+).
The extended release 12-hour cough relief was a great help in helping Gradie feel better and kept our adventures on track, like exploring at our local nature center.
Another day, another adventure – brought us to a balance bike race for toddlers. This was Gradie’s first bike race and also her first time wearing a bike helmet.
Unfortunately this lead to her first headache, or ‘forehead’ ache as she called it, repeatedly telling me that her forehead was sore. I was able to reach for the children’s Advil, in a great grape flavor, and she got some relief and was back to racing with the kids in no time.
OF COURSE – It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric products and to use as directed. Also, make sure to keep all medications out of reach of children.