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Pfizer Pediatric Products Review #SickJustGotReal #ad

Pfizer Consumer Healthcare has provided the Pfizer Pediatric Platform products, information, and additional gift pack. All thoughts and reviews are my own.

We’re transitioning between spring and summer, which, at our house, means it’s cold and flu season. I do my part to make sure our home is clean and that surfaces are sanitized from germs that make us sick. I also know my kiddos are social creatures exposed to germs everywhere they go–the playground, school, birthday parties, friends’ houses, buses, and more. People around us cough, sneeze, and sick happens regardless of what I have done at home.

I’ve always kept Pfizer Pediatric products on hand. They are how I stay prepared for the first sniffle, cough, sneeze, and fever. This month, I’ve had to pick Miss M up from school twice due to a fever. Both times, we’ve come home, taken the recommended dose of Children’s Advil®, and she has been able to rest.

I believe Nothing Reduces Fever Like Children’s Advil®.

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We keep a “Sick Nightstand” when the kiddos are sick. Mostly, I want them to rest, and I keep the medicine nearby (once they are old enough to understand NOT to take it without mom–because there’s that whole story about how I lost mother of a year to a medicine overdose, thanks to my youngest)

It is important to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric Platform products and use as directed.

Miss M resting with children's advil

Our Sick Nightstand:

  • books
  • audiobooks
  • headphones
  • movies
  • mug (for chicken broth or water)
  • chapstick
  • blankets

pfizer pediatrics sick nightstand

Our dog Bailey Mae is always right there, making sure she is loving the sick child. If they cough, she will lick them to make sure they are okay.

bailey mae loving on sick miss m

Available at Target, Pfizer Pediatric are easy to keep in stock.

I learned about Pfizer Pediatric products when my oldest was at the doctor for immunization shots. It’s what the nurse recommended to keep the fever down and keep us all happy.

With kiddos at the age of losing teeth, we’ve found Children’s Advil® does the trick when the big girl/boy teeth are working their way through the gums.

When teething isn’t on the schedule, we seem to have growing pains that cause aching legs and arms. Children’s Advil® comes through again, giving my children relief so they can sleep, play, and just be kids!

sick just got real

If Sick just got real.™ for your family, there are solutions to help tackle even the ickiest of symptoms, like Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin®, and Children’s Dimetapp®.

I love the Sick just got real.™ website. It has some great tips and tricks and allows you to input your child’s symptoms to find the best products to treat them. There are sick hacks like making a “sip and track” bottle to keep track of fluid intake and adding hot glue to a pair of “sick day socks” for added grip and safety. 

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  • Infants’ and Children’s Advil® provide unsurpassed fever and pain relief(1), and contain ibuprofen, and the medicine pediatricians use most for their own kids’ fevers(2) (for ages 6 months -11 years)
  • Children’s Robitussin® provides soothing action and cough control with some formulations lasting up to 8 hours (for ages 6-12 years)
  • Children’s Dimetapp® provides great-tasting cold-fighting power and is the #1 pharmacist recommended brand for children’s cough & cold symptoms(3) (for ages 6+)


If you want to step up the game, there’s a great website that allows you to track the sick: allergies, the common cold, asthma inducers, and other symptoms near you.

Pfizer pediatric products help me take care of my children with the first signs of colds, flu, allergies, and fevers. It allows us all to rest and get back into life.

**Disclosure: I received the product featured free of charge in order to do an honest review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

1 Among OTC pain relievers.

2 Based on a survey of doctors.

3 Source: 2015-16 Pharmacy Times and U.S. News & World Report.

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