My Sick Just Got Real™ Sick Day Survival Kit With Pfizer Pediatric & Giveaway

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

It is that time of year when colds, sniffles, sneezes, coughs, and flu germs are in the air. We have already had our turn with quite a few colds this year. Hayden is in 2nd grade, and Halli is in preschool, and they always seem to bring home the latest bug that’s going around. Hayden had an awful cold a week ago that had him feeling miserable. He had a fever, a sore throat, runny nose, and no energy. I have fine tuned our Sick Just Got Real™ “Sick Day Survival Kit” to be exactly what my kids love and need to help them start feeling better. Pfizer Pediatric products are the first thing I use to help treat my kids sick day symptoms.

To help my kids fevers, aches, and pains Children’s Advil® is a great solution. Pfizer Pediatric makes it for children as young as 2 and up to 11. Children’s Advil® also comes in several great-tasting flavors, including Sugar-free Dye-free Berry, Bubble Gum, Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit and Dye-Free White Grape flavors. When my kids were just little babies, I used Infants’ Advil®, White Grape. It helps provide pain and fever relief for children 6-23 months.

There is also Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough to tackle a child’s most bothersome stuffy and runny noses, all while working to relieve a cough, for ages 6 and up in a yummy grape flavor.

After I have started treating my kid’s symptoms with Pfizer Pediatric products so they can start feeling better and rest I turn to the rest of our “Sick Day Survival Kit.” I make sure I always have a thermometer nearby so I can watch their temperatures. Hayden always has fevers that come and go that I like to keep an eye on. We also have a water bottle as part of our survival kit. Making sure my kids stay hydrated when they are sick is a super important. We also have tissues, their favorite blanket, stuffed animal lovey, and a good movie. The best way to get over a sick day is lots of rest. Watching a good movie is sometimes the best way to rest.

My kids love the 20th Century Fox DVD Ice Age! As a family we have watched all of the Ice Age movies and the newest movie, Ice Age Collision Course is hilarious. It is just what my kids need in their “Sick Day Survival Kit” on a day they are feeling yucky and need to laugh.

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!

Right now you can get 10% off Pfizer Pediatric products and select 20th Century Fox DVDs at Target through February 20, 2017, with the Target Cartwheel app. I love using the Target Cartwheel app and find things to save on every time I go. With the great Cartwheel coupons for Pfizer Pediatric Products, and 20th Century Fox DVDs you can start your “Sick Day Survival Kit” so your kids can start feeling better fast!

Sick Day Survival Kit With Pfizer Pediatric giveaway

Right now (1) Mom Spotted Reader has the opportunity to win (1) $25 Target gift card, additional 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).

To enter use the Rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!

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Contest ends 2.27.17 at 11:59 pm. For Official Giveaway Rules click here. U.S. Residents.

About Megan

Megan loves being a stay at home mom to a busy boy Hayden (7) and sweet girl Halli (3). She has been happily married to her ridiculously good looking husband for 8 years. She also enjoys blogging, trying new recipes to cook or bake, girls nights, fashion, and reading. You can also find her on twitter and instagram @meganham28



Comments

  1. Jeanna says:

    Lots of tissues and liquids! I also like to rent them a movie they haven’t seen yet in hopes of lifting their spirits!

  2. Denise M says:

    Tissues, coloring books and crayons, movies and medicine

  3. Julie Wood says:

    I have tissues, vapo rub, cough syrup, cough drops, and sanitizer!

  4. Dana Rodriguez says:

    Juice, cough medicine, blanket and tissues.

  5. Cough meds, tissues and a thermometer.

  6. Sandy says:

    Tissues, tissues, tissues! We’ve been through so many this cold season already!

  7. shelly peterson says:

    I have medicine, tissue and a cozy blanket.

  8. mami2jcn says:

    I keep tissues and cough drops.

  9. Elle says:

    I keep tissues, medicine, thermometer, cough drops and a blanket.

  10. Elena says:

    tissues, vitamins, cough meds

  11. Candice says:

    I try to always have Vitamins, cough drops, facial tissues, and medicine on hand at home.

  12. Sheila K. says:

    I keep a thermometer, tissues, tea, honey, and a recipe for chicken noodle soup.

  13. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I keep Advil, thermometer, vicks, cough drops and kleenex in my Sick Day Survival Kit!

  14. Darlene Owen says:

    We keep a thermometer in our box

  15. Jessica says:

    I keep Vicks, hand sanitizer and cough drops in our sick survival kit.

  16. Jennifer W says:

    I keep lots of tissues and cough drops.

  17. Amber Cheras says:

    Chicken noodle soup, tissues, dimeatapp , thermometer, juice boxes, and movies!

  18. Audrey Stewart says:

    We have tissues, popsicles, lots of juice, soup, and the remote control.

  19. HS says:

    I keep kleenex and ginger chew in the kit.

  20. Jennifer Cervantes says:

    I keep medicine, tissues, and blanket in our kit.

  21. Janet W. says:

    I keep a thermometer, Advil, tissues, and chicken noodle soup in my kit!

  22. Stephanie Grant says:

    I make sure to keep a thermometer, Kleenex, Children’s Motrin and/or Tylenol and Kool forehead fever stickers.

  23. I always have crackers and chicken noodle soup on hand

  24. Michelle says:

    I keep tissues and campbells chicken noodle soup on hand

  25. julie matek says:

    I keep a thermometer, pedialyte and collidial silver in my SICK JUST GOT REAL SURVIVAL KIT:)

  26. Natalie says:

    I keep a cold compress, a thermometer, pain medication and blankets in my kit.

  27. Steve Weber says:

    We keep a heated blanket, thermometer, aspirin, Nyquil and Vicks.

  28. Randi S says:

    Lots of water to keep the littles hyrated!

  29. Tamra Phelps says:

    Oh, I always keep Vitamin C. I know there’s no proof it helps, but my own experience tells me it does. I usually keep something to help irrigate my sinuses, too, like a neti pot.

  30. Jessica Cox says:

    My family has tissues, and we keep popsicles on hand because sometimes they are into eating. We also keep a fever reducer medicine in the cabinet.

  31. tissues, heating pad, couch syrup,

  32. Melissa Storms says:

    Ice pops, either homemade or just bomb pops from the grocery store. They help with hydration and are cooling all at once.

  33. Right now, little to nothing. I so need to restock before I get a sick kid in the middle of the night and no stores open.

  34. Virginia Rowell says:

    I keep tissues, vicks and vitamin c among other things in my survival kit.

  35. Margot C says:

    I’m not that organized, it does involve lemons and tissues though.

  36. Pamela Smith says:

    Vicks baby Rub, tissues, Children’s Dimetapp® Cough & Cold and soup

  37. I always keep cough drops, vicks vapoi rub, allergy medicine and cold medicine in our stash!

  38. heather says:

    I keep a lot of tea, honey, Kleenex and dvds in my Sick Day Survival Kit.

  39. Will G says:

    I keep cough drops and kleenex.

  40. Carly Williams says:

    We keep tissues and cough drops in our kit!

  41. shirley says:

    I keep tissues, liquid medicine, coloring books, DVD, and juice.

  42. BeckyM says:

    Kleenex, thermometer, Advil, Tylenol.

  43. janetfaye says:

    I keep a thermometer, cough drops, tissues, and pain reliever.

  44. vickie couturier says:

    sprite,,popcycles,,Tylenol,advil,,childrens of course,,cool pack,,jello, cough drops and cold medications for kids

  45. We keep Advil on hand. Good movies are always great for entertainment.

  46. Cheryl B says:

    I keep tissues, fluids and a good movie around.

  47. Nicole Martin says:

    I keep Kleenex and lots of vitamins!

  48. Thomas Murphy says:

    I keep meds and tissues.

  49. Soha Molina says:

    I must have advil.

  50. Karen R says:

    I keep tissues, cough drops, vitamin C, and Ginger Ale around.

  51. Nancy says:

    We keep an assortment of children’s medicines, boxes of facial tissue, and lots of liquids and soup in our sick day survival kit.

  52. Brent Strassburg says:

    Orange juice and Vitamin C.

  53. Mary Cloud says:

    Sucrets – they’re perfect for a sore throat and some tissues

  54. Debbie F says:

    I have to have chicken soup, lots of orange juice and strawberries (vit c) and tons of tissues!
    Oh and hugs! gotta have hugs. 🙂
    thanks!

  55. James Coyne says:

    I have tylenol and cough medicine

  56. Susan Smith says:

    Chicken noodle soup, tissues, medicine, thermometer and orange juice.

  57. Rachel says:

    I keep Advil, a thermometer, tissues and tea.

  58. Tiffany Banks says:

    We always make sure to have tissues & chicken noodle soup in the house

  59. Christine Labelle says:

    Cough medicine, tissues, soup, cuddles and movies. With six of us in the house, sick tends to take us over.

  60. Tiffany Schmidt says:

    Vitamin C Halls, Dimatap, Be Kool cool packs, tissues and Vick’s.

  61. Jackie says:

    I like to have tissues, cold medicine, tea and juice on hand. Thank you!

  62. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I keep tissues, advil and the netflix password to rest in bed and watch my favorite shows.

  63. Tonya Flores says:

    We use vapor rub, have lot’s of tissue and get lot’s of rest.

  64. Sarah L says:

    Lots of kleenex, essential oils and sleep.
    Thanks for the contest.

  65. Barbara Montag says:

    In my Sick Day Survival Kit you will find Kleenex, bottled water and Aleeve.
    thank you

  66. Kleenex, cough drops, Tylenol, DImetapp, thermometer, Vicks Vaporub…and the extra ipad charger!

  67. Nancy Bowers says:

    Tissues, thermometer, tylenol and throat drops

  68. Ty says:

    Our sick day survival is Tissues, hot chocolate and tea, thermometer, and some great movies with comfy blankets.

  69. Lisa Brown says:

    Facial tissues, aspirin, cough meds, throat lozenges.

  70. Vicki Wurgler says:

    a thermometer, cough, cold medication and lots of sleep

  71. Kimberly Schotz says:

    Tissues and liquid Tylenol

  72. I keep cough drops and tissues and cough syrup.

  73. Karen Jaras says:

    I keep lots of tissues, medicines, and juice on hand.

  74. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Soft tissues, thermometer, Advil, Robitussin and Dimetapp

  75. Sarah Hall says:

    I keep a thermometer, tissues, chicken soup, baby aspirin and lots of love.

  76. Jessica To says:

    I keep lots of tissues, Advil and vitamin C drops.

  77. Emilie c says:

    dayquil and nyquil! must have for me!

  78. Karen Lewis says:

    I don’t really have a sick day survival kit so it would be helpful to win one.

  79. Tammy Hall says:

    Cough drops, soap, tissues and cold medicine

  80. Kim Henrichs says:

    Usually stomach meds like Pepto tablets. Always some day cold and night cold meds and can’t live without Vicks!

  81. Eileen says:

    I have ALL this and more, cough drops, peppermint oil for nausea. Keep organic chicken broth on hand over winter. netti pot. Foot soak spices. Honey and lemon, plus cinnamon for “tea”.

  82. elizabeth miller says:

    My sick day bag consists of soup, a blanket, a pillow, tissues, movies, advil or motrin, and usually either robitussin or triaminic depending on the symptoms. the kids get control of the couch and the tv with a humidifier right next to them.

  83. Usually I have vicks, tissues, a humidifier, cough drops, saline spray and meds.

  84. Geri Sandoval says:

    Tissues, cough drops, cough medicine, thermometer, Advil, juices, chicken and noodle soup, movies and hot tea and honey.

  85. Mita says:

    Kleenex and tea!

  86. Jason says:

    Vicks, cough medicine and kleenex

  87. Sarah Mayer says:

    aspirin, pain releiver, vicks, cough medicine and kleenex.

  88. sarah s says:

    Tissues, medicine, throat lozenges, soup and cozy blanket are among some of the items I would want.

  89. kayla hyde says:

    I always keep medicine and tissues on hand.

  90. Courtney says:

    Vitamins, essential oils and definitely some kleenex!

  91. Ann Fantom says:

    I have to have Advil, nose drops, cough syrup and a decongestant in our Sick Day Survival Kit

  92. Harolde says:

    Aspirins and cough medicene

  93. Nannypanpan says:

    Stickers for crafting, medicine, and lollipops

  94. Amy Stonger says:

    I keep a cuddly blanket and pillow, plus tissues and hand sanitizer, a thermometer and some cold meds.

  95. Tom Gibson says:

    Chicken noodle soup and green tea

  96. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I have cough drops in mine.

  97. April says:

    Advil, Tissues, and Kindle

  98. Cynthia C says:

    I keep tea, honey, soup and tissues on hand.

  99. Margaret Smith says:

    Tissues, cough drops, Vapor Rub, Advil and chapstick

  100. Donna Clifford says:

    Eucalyptus essential oil

  101. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    We have books, movies, and children’s cold medicines.

  102. Kelly D says:

    I keep lotion tissues, saline spray and hand sanitizer in my survival kit.

  103. Katy P says:

    I keep Kleenexes, cough drops, vitamin C, and orange juice!

  104. Stephanie Hodges says:

    Advice or Tylenol, band aids, temp, cough drops and lots of vitamin C.

  105. Amy doerfler says:

    kleenex, motrin, tylenol, cough drops, movies, electric blankets

  106. MaryAnn says:

    I keep tylenol in mine.

  107. cheryl s says:

    Kleenex, throat lozenges, Nyquil and ibyuprofen

  108. Jessica Mcfarlin says:

    Cough Meds & Tissues

  109. Rebecca Orr says:

    Honey, cough syrup, tissues, thermometer, crayons, coloring books, DVDs, fingerless.

  110. melissa Resnick says:

    TISSUES ,THERMOMETER LOZENGES

  111. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Keep Vitamin C, Cough Drops, Medicine, Tea, Snacks, Dvd’s And A Cozy Blanket In The Sick Day Survival Kit.

  112. Terry Stevens says:

    Thermometer, tissues, throat lozenges and acetaminophen.

  113. Ashley C says:

    I keep some special snacks, honey and apple cider vinegar! Also advil for fevers and dimetapp for coughs!

  114. Amy Orvin says:

    I keep niquil , vicks vapor rub, vitamins, thermometer, and cough drops.

  115. Edye says:

    Lots of warm blankets, soup, and movies 🙂

  116. Ashley C says:

    Saltines, wash rags, and a thermometer!

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  117. amanda lea says:

    Lots of vitamins and herbal tea!!

  118. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We have green tea and honey, cough drops, ibuprofen and all natural cough syrup.

  119. Terra Heck says:

    I usually keep cough drops, cough syrup, Vick’s vapor rub, band-aids, and disinfecting wipes in my sick kit. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  120. Gina M says:

    My favorite teas with honey and lemon.

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

  121. Lauren says:

    I keep Gatorade and a new book and magazine.

  122. Linda says:

    Cough Drops and medicine, tissues, books, and a mini humidifier.

  123. Thermometer, hot and cold packs, various medicines.

  124. heather s says:

    Tissues, books, cough drops and other cold medicine

  125. Terri S. says:

    I keep Kleenex, acetaminophen, Vicks Vapor Rub, thermometer, and tiny dinner bell to ring if sore throat when grandchild needs me. 🙂

  126. beth shepherd says:

    Tissues, cough drops and water bottles. Thank you

  127. Alan Saxon says:

    Pantry stocked with Chicken Noodle Soup in the winter months,

  128. I don’t really have one, but if I did, I would make sure that I had medicine in it.

  129. Charlene S. says:

    Tissues, cough drops, fever reducer and a soft blanket.

  130. Dewayne Bradshaw says:

    We keep tissues, medications, blankie, dvd, and drinks. Lots of cuddles and movie time.

  131. Tiffany Greene Elliott says:

    I keep cough syrup/drops, tissues, vapor rub, thermometer, chicken noodle soup, juice and plenty of cuddles in my sick survival kit!

  132. Debbie Erickson says:

    Cough and cold medications, tissues, juices, and some fun DVD’s to help with downtime.

  133. Kim says:

    saline drops!!!

  134. Rachel Cryer says:

    Tissues, cough drops, vics

  135. Tracy Shafer says:

    Tissue, cough drops, Vicks, and soup!

  136. barbg says:

    Keep a basket with all the needed stuff. Kleenex,Cold medicine, cherry throat drops,thermometer…

  137. Diana Camden says:

    Believe it or not, I hit up McDonalds. The calories for some reason keep me going, especially when have a cold.

    Diana C

  138. betsy says:

    tylenol, thermometer, and essential oils!

  139. rochelle haynes says:

    I have cold medicine and soup and all of mt hugs and kisses

  140. Karla R. says:

    Cough drops and tissues are a must.

  141. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    Water, popsicles, ibuprofen, tylenol…..tissues.

  142. Allison Swain says:

    Lots of tissues, water, and cough drops.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  143. hannah says:

    cough drops, popsicles, ibuprofen, kleenex, and soup

  144. LaTanya says:

    medicine, ginger ale, and chicken noodle soup

  145. Susan Christy says:

    Tissues, pillows, blankets, dvd’s, juice.

  146. Erika W. says:

    My sick day survival kit has Robitussin, Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Kleenex and a comfy bed and pillow for lots of sleep.

  147. Kristen says:

    I keep throat drops, zinc lozenges and tissues.

  148. Sheryl says:

    I keep hot soup, Vicks, Kleenex, Halls cough drops, water and heat pack in my sick day survival pack.

  149. laura bernard says:

    Chicken noodle soup!

  150. Brittney House says:

    I keep cough meds and cough drops on deck for illnesses.

  151. ellen beck says:

    Kleenex, lots off chicken noodle soup a warm pair of pajamas and blanket and sipping warm 7–up is in my kit

  152. Natalie yeoman says:

    A ton of tissues and a blanket

  153. carol w says:

    I keep tylenol, tissues, tea and a blanket. Thanks

  154. Michelle C says:

    Lots of tissues, acetaminophen, lip balm and cough drops!

  155. Cheryl says:

    I stock my Sick Day Survival Kit with baby aspirin, Boiron Oscillococcinum, disinfecting wipes, Emergen-C Super Orange Vitamin C Fizzy Drink Mix, soup k-cups, a thermometer, tissues, and a warm fuzzy blanket.

  156. Jennifer Tilson says:

    Tissues, OJ, chicken soup, and blankets are in our sick day kit.

  157. Kelly Nicholson says:

    What do you keep in your Sick Day Survival Kit?

    well? if moms not around?…a lot of tissue for crying…

  158. Noelle Carroll says:

    A massive amount of tissues, water, a nose sucker (for my 18 month old, boy does that really make a difference), blankets, a good movie, and a ton of snuggles

  159. Sick day survival kit includes plenty of tissues, cough medicine, runny nose medicine, some throat lozenges for sore throats, along with a thermometer. We give medicine when we have to and make sure that we give plenty of fluids.

  160. Daniel M says:

    cough drops tissues orange juice bed

  161. Tina W says:

    Chicken soup, apple juice and good Kleenex.

  162. Kimberly M says:

    I keep Children’s DM Robitussin cough and cold, Children’s advil, tissues, and vicks rub for on their feet at night so suppress their cough

  163. Amy Deeter says:

    In my Sick Day Survival Kit, i keep Kleenex , cough drops, and fever and cold medicine

  164. Kyl Neusch says:

    Juice, cough medicine, blanket and tissues.

  165. Stephanie Liske says:

    I keep fever reducer, thermometer, and the sore throat spray.

  166. clynsg says:

    Thermometer, fluids, tissues, the TV remote so they can watch favorite recorded shows.

  167. laura says:

    I do keep a sick day kit!

  168. Sarah Dela Cruz says:

    EmergenC

  169. Angela Williams says:

    Thieves essential oil and water at the correct pH level.

  170. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I keep tissue,cold medicine,tylenol & throat lozengors

  171. susan smoaks says:

    i keep day and night cold medicine, vicks vapor rub, tissues, gatorade and movies in my kit.

  172. Erica B. says:

    Definitely tissues.

  173. Lisa V. says:

    I keep tissues, cold medicine, tylenol and the TV remote.

  174. Essence nuckolls says:

    I keep my snuggy and the remote for lots of sleep and oj

  175. Jamie Williams says:

    Lots of fluids and rest.

  176. Jen Reed says:

    Our sick day survival kit consists of good medications that can alleviate the symptoms, tissues, and a “pass” to just rest and drink lots of fluids.

  177. sylvia says:

    when sickness hits, we usually make sure everyone is hydrated and stays rested. I always have some medication on hand to deal with the symptoms

  178. Shelley P says:

    In my Sick Day Survival Kit I keep Kleenex, fever and cough meds, Vicks, juice, soup and a humidifier.

  179. Christy Leonard says:

    I keep alot of tissues, cough drops, and a thermometer in my sickness kit

  180. Robin says:

    I have tissues, cold medicine, chicken noodle soup.

  181. Amanda Abraham says:

    A homemade Vicks, tissues, cough drops

  182. Danielle Wood says:

    Tissues, vitamin C and coloring books and crayons to keep the kids busy with something when they don’t feel good

  183. amanda whitley says:

    i keep kleenex , tissues and cough drops in my sick kit.

  184. Danielle Day says:

    some cold medicine

  185. peggy rydzewski says:

    Vicks, books.. cough syrup.

  186. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    Cold medication, tissues, a warm blanket, lots of fluids, and cartoon network.

  187. Janine Hwang says:

    I keep children’s Advil

  188. Teresa Thompson says:

    Cold medicine, thermometer, blankets and movies.

  189. Breanne says:

    Cough medicine and aspirin

  190. Wendy McBride says:

    Kleenex, Cough medications, children’s Advil, heating pad, humidifier, Vick’s

  191. Glen Hough says:

    T+L+C and some meds

  192. I keep tissues, tylenol and a ice/heat pack in my sickie kit.

  193. Vit. C tablets, O.J., tissues & Netflix

  194. Trisha McKee says:

    I keep blankets and movies, Pfizer products, and juices for the sick days.

  195. Maria Beas says:

    I keep medicine, tissues, humidifier and water bottles. Thanks for the chance to win such an amazing giveaway.

  196. amanda whitley says:

    i have kleenex, cough drops and soup in my sick kit.

  197. Sand says:

    Chicken soup, herbal tea and tissues with lotion.

  198. BRYAN E. says:

    The two main items in our Sick Day Survival Kit: humidifier-vaporizer, and a neti pot and / or saline for nasal irrigation !

  199. Fiona N says:

    I keep medicine, ginger, juice, hot ramen noodle soup, and great books!
    Thank You for the chance!

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