The 9 Products I Keep In My “Cold and Flu Kit” to Help My Kids Feel Better When They’re Sick
A muffled sneeze, a slight clearing of the throat, the sound of little feet making their way toward your bedroom in the middle of the night. It’s enough to make the hair stand up on the back of the neck of any parent. After all, these are the signs your kid is getting (insert scream) sick.
Every family has their home remedies, the tried-and-true tricks that parents come to rely on that make kids feel comforted when they’ve come down with whatever is going around at the moment. That’s why, in addition to pain relievers like Children’s Tylenol and Advil, I always try to have these 9 things on hand to keep a cold or flu from turning our whole house upside down.
I may not always have everything at a moment’s notice, but knowing what works (and anticipating my kid’s needs) can make all the difference when germs invade your home.
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