Why Send Her Home Sick?

I am grocery shopping at Walmart with the four year old, cell is on silent while I am in the store because I am sure no one wants to hear the Red Solo Cup song over and over, yes I get texts a lot – some days. They also would hear the Facebook alert notification quite frequently which is one of two different songs because my cell phone is funked up. K-man and I did the grocery shopping and I picked him up a clearance flashlight Cars brand toy of some sort for like $4, then we checked out and […]

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When Sickness Takes Over

Oh my goodness, I have spent the last few days getting sick off and on and now I have developed a horrible cough. The joys of having children and being around one that is in school. It seems they bring everything home. I always get a mild version of whatever the kids get. They had sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes and stomach aches. I got the itchy eyes, exhaustion and now a cough. I am just going to sit around and recoup but I do have some reviews and giveaways scheduled to go live, hope you will stop by and read […]

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PediaCare Children’s Products Review

It’s that time of year, cold and flu season! I swear every time my school age daughter hits school this time of year it seems the cold hits our house! Sneezing, coughing, stuffy nose, etc it’s just something to expect come Winter time in NH or pretty much everywhere! That is where PediaCare® products come in handy! Confused about cold/flu medicines for children? Introducing an expanded line of safe and effective medicines from the trusted brand for children, PediaCare® – with and without acetaminophen — for children and infants — that addresses most sick-child situations: cough, cold, allergy, flu, congestion, […]

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Top 10 Tuesday Reasons I Don’t Like Sickness

Lack of sleep for Mama and the sick kids. Children not happy no matter what you do. No medicine to make them sleep better. Runny noses wiped all over their cheeks. Kleenex everywhere you can imagine in house (used Kleenex). The coughing and sneezing. The non-stop tummy ache that Mama can’t fix. Sleeping on the couch to be within arm reach of the sick children. Draining bank account to buy Motrin and Tylenol. Constantly worrying if they will be alright through the night with their high temps.

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