Cold and Flu Season is Upon Us Stock up on Pfizer Pediatrics Remedies #ColdFluPrep #SickJustGotReal

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

Be prepared with the essentials to get your kids feeling better in time for all the upcoming festivities. Don’t let a Cold or a Fever’s keep them under the weather be prepared hen sick gets real with the pediatric brands of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. Pfizer Consumer Healthcare is there with three solutions – Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® and Children’s Dimetapp® – to tackle the ickiest of symptoms.


I hate when my kids get sick. Having three kids in school is almost a sure thing one of them is bound to get sick and bring it home to share with the other two. Keeping one step ahead is a great way to ensure kids are not sick for too long. Ease those aches and pains, while reducing a child’s fever fast with Children’s Advil® Suspension*, a great solution 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.

My guy was complaining he wasn’t feeling to well. He was running a slight temperature and said he had a headache and his body hurt. I hope it’s nothing serious but I started with Children’s Advil to ease his pain and help him sleep better. I hate to see him suffer.


There’s also Infants’ Advil® White Grape, which provides unsurpassed fever relief (among OTC pain relievers) with a syringe for easy dosing for children 6-23 months.

Formulated just for kids, Children’s Robitussin® DM Day/Night Pack (Children’s Robitussin® Cough & Chest Congestion for ages 4+ and Children’s Robitussin® Nighttime Cough Long-Acting for ages 6+)** non-drowsy daytime formula helps break up chest congestion, while the long-acting nighttime formula relieves coughs and runny noses to help kids get the rest they need.


All in a great tasting grape flavor, Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Cough for ages 6+ tackles a child’s most bothersome stuffy and runny noses, all while working to relieve cough.

TIP: Remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric products and to use as directed.

Be prepared for cold and flu season with pediatric brands of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare products and keep the sick germs where they belong out of your home. Children spread germs way to quickly and making sure they wash their hands regularly, cover their mouth when they cough and get plenty of rest to keep kids healthy and on the move. Don’t let the germ bug slow them down.

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132 Responses

  1. Leela says:

    A few times a year.

  2. HS says:

    Winter is the worst for us, kids get sick almost every month, we stock up on Children’s Advil.

  3. Elena says:

    We get sick once during the cold and flu season. We like using Children’s Advil

  4. Nancy says:

    We occasionally get sick during the holidays. We use Children’s Advil.

  5. James Robert says:

    I was just saying today to my sister it seems during the holidays, at least one of my 5 kids are sick. I keep the advil and cold & cough in my home along with other meds for if they start.

  6. Julie Lundstrom says:

    We always get sick for the Holidays here or right after. Getting together with a big family for the Holidays one of the kids are always sick.


    My kids havent had flu in years lil sniffles of a cold sometimes I just do chicken soup

  8. Kelly D says:

    I think we are sick half the time during the holidays. We use the Children’s Advil often.

  9. Ann Fantom says:

    My daughter usually gets sick two or three times every cold and flu season. I always give her children’s Advil and Dimetapp Cold and Flu medicine

  10. Margaret Smith says:

    Usually 1 or 2 times during the holidays. My favorite item is the Childrens Advil.

  11. Danielle Wood says:

    My kids don’t get sick very often, maybe once in the winter with a cold but we always make sure we have cold and flu medicine handy.

  12. Peter G says:

    Several times and keep cough medicine, Children’s Advil and of course tissues.

  13. Jeanna says:

    It depends on what’s going around school during the holidays! I always try to keep Children’s Advil on hand!

  14. Erika W. says:

    My kids usually get sick in the spring and not so much in the winter. We love Robitussin though! Great stuff!

  15. mami2jcn says:

    January is actually the worst month for us. One January years ago all of us got sick with strep throat twice! We like Children’s Advil.

  16. shelly says:

    My kids usually get sick a couple of times with colds. I use children’s advil

  17. Julie Wood says:

    We have gotten sick during the Holidays and I like the Children’s Advil.

  18. Natalie says:

    My niece gets sick 1-2 times during the holidays. We have been using Children’s Advil which is very effective.

  19. Lisa Brown says:

    They get sick a few times and I keep Children’s Dimetapp Cold & Cough on hand for when they get sick

  20. shelly peterson says:

    They get sick a few times between colds and the flu

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