The weather has been incredibly erratic. It has no idea what it wants to do or for how long it wants to do it. Within the past week alone, we have had weather so warm and pleasant that I was positive the beginning of spring had arrived, only to wake up to a full-fledged snowstorm just the next day. It has snowed enough to accumulate inches of white powder that soon turned to invisible ice on hard, impenetrable snow, and then melt away completely not once, but twice over. This kind of cold weather with its bitter windy chills injected with short, cruel bursts of sunshine and rising temperatures signals the onset of one thing: flu season.
What’s worse than having a child sick with the flu is not having a thing in the house to give them to make them feel better. Having to make midnight runs to the pharmacy is pretty terrible, so it’s smart to stock up just as flu season approaches so when your child starts exhibiting flu symptoms, you’re already prepared.
To help you prepare for flu season, you can now print coupons for $1 off any Children’s Advil products.
Children’s Advil provides up to 8 hours of fever relief in just one dose. It relieves fevers faster and keeps it down longer to help kids get back to feeling like kids again.
Dye-free Infants’ Advil is available for children ages 6 to 23 months and Children’s Advil is available for children ages 2 to 11. It comes in four liquid suspension flavors, including Grape, Blue Raspberry, Fruit, and Dye-Free White Grape. Convenient Grape Chewables are also available.
Information and coupon offer were provided by Children’s Advil through MyBlogSpark. No compensation was received, and opinions are my own.