2.06.2013

An Orange a Day?



Ok, guys.  I have a really cool sweepstakes to share with you.  I am excited to do this and you are going to have 3 chances to win $100 CVS gift cards.  That's right, 3!  I was asked by Mucinex to share my thoughts on the cold and flu season that is currently upon us.  I guess that heard about how "healthy" our home is (I say in jest.)  Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing some tips on how to make the most of your child's not-feeling-so-well days.
Ella and Lucy preparing to play outside on a cold day
I think we would all agree that avoiding the flu is worth it at almost all costs.  My bottle of antibacterial cleaner goes every where with me these days.  I know my children are sick of me making them wash their hands, but bringing the flu into a home with an immune compromised child is just not an option.  I also make sure that I stay in constant contact with my children's teachers and friends' parents.  The best way to avoid the flu or a cold is to avoid the person carrying it.  For Lucy, that might mean missing a few days of school if someone is really sick in class.  Another thing that we try to do is make sure that everyone is eating fruits and vegetables and taking a multivitamin.  Erik and I are very lucky that we have 3 children who would each choose a mandarin orange over a cookie any day.  

Cuties...breakfast of champions
But try as we may, sometimes a cold just gets the best of us.  For the children, I turn to Mucinex for relief.  I actually was encouraged by one of my best friends to try this one night.  I was fairly desperate to get Lucy some relief from a runny, yucky nose and a nasty cough.  I was a bit skeptical when she said this "changed their lives."  I have to tell you...she was right.  These are the two bottles that I keep on hand at all times.  


Mucinex won't cure the flu, nor will it completely make a bad cold disappear.  What it will do, however, is provide relief from the cold symptoms that keep you feeling so bad.  The congestion, the cough, the yucky nose.  And do you know what that means?  A much happier child!  A stuffy nose is much easier to deal with when you have a smiling, happy child.  

Here are some of the reasons I love Mucinex for my girls (please note, Mucinex is approved for children 4-12 years old)

  • Relieves Stuffy Nose
  • Controls Cough
  • Relieves chest congestion
  • Thins and loosens mucus
  • And, very important, it is alcohol free.  
If you have seen Children's Mucinex on the shelves and have been wanting to give it a try, check out this coupon that's worth $2.00.  I sure thing you will be happy you did!
When your child has a bad cold, you both can feel miserable. Children's Mucinex is the #1 children's brand for relieving congestion* and provides fast acting relief from your child's worst cold symptoms. Try Children's Mucinex Multi-Symptom Cold if your child needs relief from stuffy nose and chest congestion. Always use Children's Mucinex Multi-Symptom Cold as directed. (*Based on IRI unit share data for the 52 weeks ending November 2012)
OK, it's your turn.  Comment below and answer the question  What activity makes your child smile when under the weather?”  When you comment you enter yourself  into the drawing for a $100 CVS card.  Good luck and may you be blessed with health and wellness!


No duplicate comments.

You may receive 1 total entry by leaving a comment in response to the sweepstakes prompt on this post.

This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older. Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail. You have 72 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

The Official Rules are available here.

This sweepstakes runs from 2/6/2013 – 3/31/2013



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204 comments:

  1. My favorite thing to do to make my kids smile is to "hurt" myself. They think it's hilarious to see Mommy fall, trip, drop something on herself. I wish I could figure out why it's so funny?!? But it works.

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  2. Humidifier, Baby Vicks, cough meds and pain reliever... And wine... For me, not the sick kiddies!

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  3. When my kids are sick they get total control of the "big" tv...even from Dad!

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  4. A blanket nest, a special snack...just the little things to make them feel cared-for :)

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  5. Just have to add that the Mucinex D (behind the counter) is AWESOME stuff for adults! There must be some magic in Mucinex. It's the only OTC cold stuff we use.

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  6. For my daughter, special treats help her feel better like cuddles with mommy on the couch while we watch a movie, or fun popsicles and other cool treats

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  7. When my kids are sick the best thing to make them smile is cuddles with their mommy!

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  8. Kate. I know just what you mean. Mucinex has been a saving grace at times with Ivee. I keep it on stock. Since she has felt like poop (literally) this week, making cards and art for daddy is what always cheers her up.

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  9. Nothing is better than chicken noodle soup!

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  10. mine love to get a special pallet on the floor and a movie day!

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  11. My 4 year old battles breathing issues and a simple cold can turn bad quickly! When stuck in bed and on the breathing machine lots of snuggles, movies, and games on the ipad help lift his mood!! : ) We also discovered the childrens mucinex and love it! The adult mucinex is a go to in our house also!

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  12. snuggling on the couch and playing iPad!

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  13. Cuddling with Mommy! :)

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  14. Mommy time on the couch with some chicken noodle soup and cartoons! :)

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  15. My girls get a special treat when their sick- "Sprite" is usually the treat they pick since they don't get to drink soda often. We also enjoy curling up in mommy and daddy's bed and watch tv, usually funny movies. :)

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  16. When my kids are sick they get to prop up (and even spend the night) in Mommy & Daddy's bed. Being close when they feel bad is essential for us!

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  17. My daughter likes to use the "lap desk" for my laptop and play games online like Reading Eggs, or some of the Nick Jr. games while lounging on the couch. We pray for your family often! So glad that you are all doing well!

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  18. My little one is an artist, so time with Mom coloring and drawing will make him smile even if he feels bad.

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  19. Hudson loves to drink a little sweet tea when he is sick. He says that it makes his throat happy.

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  20. We love mucinex and vapor rub on feet with socks. Love it!

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  21. My kiddos love to do play doh when they are stuck inside due to the "germies" as they call them.

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  22. Donna from DelawareFebruary 6, 2013 at 6:34 PM

    We have a "sick day" drawer with picture books about being sick or having a cold. It also contains extra cereal box or happy meal toys along with a few easy puzzles and coloring books. These things are extra special because they only come out when someone is sick.

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  23. My daughter loves to write stories when she is under the weather.

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  24. My son loves to have me make up a bed on the couch and he rests and we watch a movie if he is feeling up to it. He also likes to sip on fluids, too.

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  25. No matter how sick my son gets, playing the Wii always makes him smile :)

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  26. My kids both love to play games like Memory or Chutes and Ladders when they are under the weather.

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  27. My kids have always enjoyed playing board games or snuggling in the bed when they are feeling under the weather.

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  28. My little guy is sick right now. He's only 2 and I wish he was old enough for some mucinex right now. Even with his coughs and sneezes, cartoons and hot wheels make him happy!

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  29. My daughter likes watching Nick Jr. when she’s under the weather.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  30. Katie@SimplyCleanLivingFebruary 6, 2013 at 7:52 PM

    Snuggling with mom and watching cartoons!

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  31. My son loves cuddling with momma or daddy when he is sick. Add in some Sprite and crackers, and he is smiley..for a while anyway

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  32. Snuggle on the couch with a special oh-so-snuggly blanket, and watch movies/cartoons. Drink/eat soup and ginger ale. Nap when you want to on said couch!!
    Snick :)

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  33. We love just snuggling up on the couch and watching movies and resting.

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  34. My kids love getting in my bed and watching cartoons.

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  35. My kids love watching movies or playing board games when they are sick!

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  36. Having their back rubbed or soaking in a warm bath (when feverless!)

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  37. My 3 year old likes to snuggle up on the couch and thinks it is a special treat to get to eat meals at a TV tray when she is sick.

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  38. snuggle time with mom or dad and movies, movies, movies!!!

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  39. When my kids are sick they like to cuddle with me. We cuddle on the couch and watch TV. They also usually get to sleep with me and kick daddy out to the couch...Lol.

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  40. Ginger Ale and movies!

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  41. Playing Disney games on the computer!

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  42. Our kids love book time and snuggles. If they are a little less lethargic bathtub time is a big hit....we add at times glow sticks, snow, tub crayons and paint, foamy items, shaving cream, toys, cups, and much more....

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  43. wrapped up in mom and dad's bed in a fuzzy blanket with our favorite movies playing!

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  44. Watching a movie with some hot cocoa and snuggling on the couch.

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  45. Daddy's homemade tapioca always does the trick !

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  46. Lots of snuggles, leg massages, movies, and boardgames!

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  47. Ever since I was little I always like my back to be rubbed or scratched when I feel bad.

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  48. Our I love your rituals will make him smile when he is feeling sick most of the time. He is a sucker for a good cuddle and loves to be loved on. When he is feeling sick I try to get a lot of that time in. Also sleeping in Mommy and Daddy's bed always makes him feel a little better.

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  49. Love to cuddle on couch together and sleeping snuggled next to Mommy....thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  50. Reid likes up watch Clifford and get a balloon and eat Popsicles.

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  51. We always have Mucinex in my house. We have an 11 year old boy and 13 year old daughter. We use the ones that you showed Kate. My husband and I use Mucinex Congestion Cough and Sore Throat. It comes in blue packet. We just moved from Louisiana to Indiana and have bought so much Mucinex. I wouldn't know what to do if we couldn't get Mucinex! !

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  52. We always look through old photo albums. It always brings back memories of happy times

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  53. The activity that makes my child smile when she is sick is she gets to veg-out on the couch & watch princess movies all day/night then she usually gets to sleep in our bed!!!

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  54. Simply, to just stay home. :)

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  55. My babies get to stay in pjs, snuggle on the couch with Mom, and watch a movie.

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  56. We declare one of our couches in the den the 'Sick Couch'. The sick one gets to pile up there with blankets. I bring them their favorite drinks, especially hot beverages, and I warm up rice filled socks in the microwave for them to hold to keep them warm.

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  57. Although I hate when my children are sick. I do everything to make them as comfy as possible. My children love when I make a bed for them on the couch with lots of comfy blankets and pillows. They also get to sleep in bed with mom and dad which is normally a no go in our house. Also moms homemade chicken noodle and hot cocoa are a must have.

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  58. I think I ALMOST like my kids not feeling well. They are older now and cuddling isnt as often as this mom would like. So when they are not feeling well the couch, blanket, a good movie and suggled up with mom makes them most happy! Makes me smile more than them!

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  59. Of course I'd rather our baby wasn't sick, but when she is I sure love that she cuddles and falls asleep in our arms...which never happens any more!

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  60. When my kids don't feel good they just enjoy snuggling and watching a movie.

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  61. What a fun question to ask as I must confess that most often when my kids are under the weather I don't really focus on their smile; sad. So thanks for making me think about this! I love to snuggle up with my boys in our big brown chair and read the day away. My 4 year old also loves to play what he calls "board on game" or otherwise known as board games! The time spend snuggling and loving on one another is precious. Praying for you guys always! Blessings!

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  62. My boys love for me to snuggle with them. They have a certain blanket they want and we snuggle. I dislike sick babies!!

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  63. My grandson like so snuggle and read a book to him. I love that.

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  64. When my kids are under the weather, they enjoy resting under a blanket on the couch while playing a family board game or sometimes just listening to their music on their mp3. Taking it a little slower and getting the rest needed.

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  65. For my 2 year old unlimited Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is the thing that will make him the happiest when he is under the weather. Nothing like a little Mickey Mouse to cheer him up!! :)

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  66. My kids are older now, but even now when they are sick, they ask that I make them my home made chicken noodle soup, which always brings a smile to their face, along with watching movies and lounging together on the couch.

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  67. my husband does a "mean ol' daddy" dance that involves a grumbly voice singing "mean ol' daddy, mean ol' daddy" while he sways back and forth ... it elicits a smile no matter how bad my little bug is feeling.

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  68. My boys get to cuddle in my arms all day!
    Brandie in KY

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  69. A couch day - Jammies, movies, books and lunch using a TV tray!

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  70. What a fun question. My daughter just simply wants her mom to hold her and snuggle like she's a baby. I figure that's the least I can do for her. My son just wants to lay with his Thomas the Train pillow and his monkey blanket on the couch. As long as I see a smile or grin I'm happy doing these things for them.

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  71. My daughter loves a cold ice pop!

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  72. When my little boy is under the weather, he wants to lay on the couch and either watch NBA games or play on his iPod.

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  73. What a fabulous giveaway! I don't have any biological children, but I do have 125 eighth graders that I "mother" every day. When they are feeling badly and cannot go home, what seems to perk them up the most is to be able to do something special: like wear their jacket in class (which normally isn't allowed) or be able to have a drink in class.

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  74. We have four daughters and one of our favorite activities on sick days is working jigsaw puzzles. They love getting to have some one on one time with Mom and sometimes we glue them and frame them.

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  75. My son (6) is usually on the couch, or we blow up the air mattress and lay it in the den floor, and he watches DVD's. Boring, yes, but he usually ends up nodding off, which is the best thing for a little sickie!! Btw, I have that exact Mucinex in my cabinet right now! (purple bottle) He doesn't mind it because it doesn't taste bad, according to him :)

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  76. My little guy lives movie day when he is sick.

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  77. My kiddos LOVE playing board games!

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  78. Lots of snuggles in mom's bed!

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  79. rubydotlarue@yahoo.comFebruary 7, 2013 at 11:53 AM

    I have three kids who all have different activities that make them feel better! For my youngest Lucy, who's 3 it's watching books being read on my iPad. She will sit and pick books to listen to for hours!

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  80. I love mucinex for my little one! When he's feeling particularly yuck, a bath is a sure way to get him to perk up.

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  81. Opening the windows for fresh, breezy air- along with homemade chicken soup and iPad games seem to make my little ones pass the time when they are sick. They also love to be read to and do crafts from bed!

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  82. We love to snuggle on the couch and read books. When she is sick is the only time we get to cuddle anymore :(

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  83. My twins are only 8 months but are preemies and have been sick a few times and they love for me to hold them in "the position" (dad hasn't quite mastered it) and pat them on the bottom and fall asleep... sweetest feeling ever for me!

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  84. Snuggling with me she isn't much for snuggling but when sick it is what she wants

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  85. A small gift from the dollar and their choice of movie in bed always puts a smile on their face

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  86. cuddling under blankies on the couch,

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  87. Cuddling on the couch and watching a movie with my son or getting in mommy and daddys bed to watch a movie!

    Jennifer
    jendi06@yahoo.com

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  88. Snuggling with Mommy!

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  89. My kids like snuggles and extra tv time.

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  90. We just finished with 1 of the 3 getting rid of a bad cold and we have used the mucinex, snuggles, and lap top as helpers to get thru and (prayer of course) Jamie Pennington

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  91. Chocolate chip cookies warm from the oven, cuddling on the couch watching movies always helps when my two feel yucky.

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  92. Well we just finished having the flu around our house:( The favorite thing to do was snuggle under warm blankets and watch movies. The kiddos also enjoyed Super V juice pouches as a treat because we have tried to limited so much juice but I figured when they are sick the extra vitamins will be a bonus.

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  93. Snuggling with momma and reading a book.

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  94. Snuggling in mommy and daddy's bed watching tv. May be more fun for me than them since they rarely want to snuggle any more. :)

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  95. A dark room, warm blankets and a bell to keep momma running.

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  96. Lots of snuggles and watch movies!

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  97. Lots of snuggles, movies and soup work for us. I've tried Mucinex for me and it worked wonders. I will have to give it a try with the kids. Thanks!

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  98. We always snuggle up on the couch with a favorite blanket, soft toy, and a favorite movie (usually Disney).

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  99. My kids always feel better if I put on an episode of Curious George!

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  100. Mucinex works for me! haha But a special treat, like Sprite, can help

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  101. Lots of lots of hugs and cuddles.
    onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

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  102. My kids love to cuddle and watch tv shows in Mommy and Daddy's bed. It seems to make them feel better when they are sick for some special treatment.

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  103. When my little one is sick it's cuddles and movies on the couch. If he feels like playing some we play a little game on the couch.

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  104. watching his favorite cartoons

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  105. When my kids are sick, we pile up pillows on the sofa in the den and pull our big coffee table close to them. We try to get all of the sick one's favorite drinks and snacks within their reach. We treat them as king/queen of the day. They choose the games/tv shows/music for the family.

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  106. There's nothing like watching The Princess Bride to make a patient feel better.

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  107. Snuggle time with Mommy!! (...or maybe that just makes Mommy feel better!)

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  108. Watching videos and snuggling!!

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  109. Bundling up and watching a favorite movie

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  110. When my kids are sick they like to lay in our bed and watch TV. It's a treat for them and they usually end up falling asleep.

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  111. Rocking with a snuggly blanket in just his diap usually helpds my fella :)

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  112. lots of mom & tv

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  113. When we spend time reading together, or doing any other craft projects at home, and television, they always feel better.
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  114. Movies and sleep. :)

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  115. My kids love to cuddle up on the couch with me and watch movies when they are sick!

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  116. My son likes playing games on his Nintendo DS

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  117. We like to watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and sing songs :) Thanks for hosting

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  118. we watch the fresh beat band! or bubble guppies!
    vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

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  119. My daughter is only 1, but loves a hug when she isn't feeling well!

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  120. They get a nice warm bath to cool the temp. and make them feel better, then they get the sick castle which consist of their favorite books 1 per hour and a small tv tray with their Quiet supplies to do when they are not sleeping. They get a sticker for taking their medicine without a fuss and they get ALOT of Mommy snuggle time. They get pops to keep them hydrated and hopefully his special Dumbo takes away his bad germs.

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  121. A fun movie or cartoon with snacks work the wonder.

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  122. My son likes watching Spongebob or the Fresh Beat Band to cheer him up.

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  123. Watching bugs bunny cartoons usually does the trick.

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  124. cuddle up with a favorite blanket

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  125. Watching cartoons makes her smile! email in gfc profile

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  126. My son has a congenital heart defect and is sick alot. His grandpa, my father, is his favorite child life specialist. When Bennett gets sick my father comes over and can always get him to smile.

    Andrea Aggertt

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  127. Watching TV in bed or playing their 3DS. My oldest son likes to read on the iPad as well :) THANKS!

    ashleygatewood1(AT)gmail.com

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  128. Snuggling in the recliner

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  129. My child likes eating noodle soup and watching a Harry Potter movie when she's sick.

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  130. I can make her smile by cuddling her up in her bed with pillows and blankets and turning on a good Disney movie.

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  131. My kids love to lay in my bed and watch t.v. with me when they are sick.

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  132. Snuggling with mommy & daddy watching movies under our family quilts always makes the kiddos feel better! :)

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  133. Lots of snuggles! :)

    chambanachik at gmail dot com

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  134. watching cartoons all day

    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  135. my kids love watching movies and cartoons together when they are sick

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    lola_violets_2010[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  136. Doing puzzles and coloring

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  137. My kids just like to stay in bed and watch their favorite cartoons or play on the ipad.

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  138. Lots of mommy hugs and kisses.

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  139. Besides cuddle time for the 5 year old and sleeping for the teenager, they love to choose what we watch on tv, and what food we have for dinner.

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  140. my kids like to take it easy by watching movies when they are sick

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  141. First off I want to say how motivating Lucy's story is. I will never understand why kids get cancer and I will pray for continued success for her remission. Thanks for sharing your story and hopefully motivating others in a simliar situation


    When my kids are under the weather we like to read, watch tv or play on the ipad.

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  142. they love watching movies all day

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  143. Milk and homemade chocolate chip cookies make us all feel better! :-)

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  144. playing video game with daddy.

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  145. Reading books! Thanks for a chance to win and have a great day!

    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  146. cuddling with our kitty "kit-cat" angelgenius27(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  147. My son loves playing with his LEGOs.

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  148. Playing a game with them or watching a movie with them.

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  149. I have no kids but I enjoyed puzzle books when i felt down

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  150. My son loves to cuddle with me and his favorite blanket while watching his favorite movies when he is feeling under the weather.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    wildorchid985 @ gmail dot com

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  151. My kids liked watching cartoons when they were under the weather.

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  152. like to make paperdolls

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  153. my son likes to take a bath or have me read to him.

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  154. Painting is what she loves, always a smile!

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  155. The kids love cuddling and watching movies on Netflix.
    Thank you.
    barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

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  156. If staying home from school wasn't enough, then being taken care of and watching tv always makes them smile :)

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  157. Watching Dora all day makes my son feel better.

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  158. Anything that involves glue or paint

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  159. she loves to color happyskunky at yahoo dot com

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  160. watching movies and cuddling

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  161. My kids like to do puzzles or color.

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  162. Doing puzzles.

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  163. Cuddling on the couch or in bed watching TV or listening to me read.

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  164. They like coloring and sticker books

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  165. They love breakfast for lunch or dinner. pancakes or waffles for anytime other than b-fast sends them (and me) over the moon.


    ky2here at msn dot com

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  166. When my little cousin's not feeling well it's the only time she can sit still, she likes to watch a show or make storybook with me.
    songyueyu at gmail

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  167. We just stay in and read books, play games etc. after the fever is gone of course
    sweokgrl@gmail.com 2

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  168. drawing always puts a smile on my kids faces when they are not feeling too well. the colorful paints just help take their mind off the not feeling well feelings.


    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  169. My granddaughter likes to lay on the couch with her pillows and blankets and watch a movie.

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  170. We love to snuggle up with a good book or play card games like Uno and Goldfish.

    rawrms at gmail dot com

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  171. A warm blanket, a bowl of chocolate pudding and a new or favorite DVD, make my daughter smile when she is felling yucky.

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  172. My daughter likes to watch The Wizard of Oz when she isn't feeling well.

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  173. If they are not to sick then we make chicken soup together.

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  174. scrabble kenfen95@gmail.com thanks!

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  175. No kids. I sleep as much as possible, drink lots of water and hot herbal tea and use essential oils.

    Thanks for the contest.

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  176. my son loves to watch spongebob

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  177. my nephew loves to watch tv and movies

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  178. https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/318100104215158784

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  179. My kids love to snuggle up and watch their favorite movies.

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  180. Using popcorn to make animals.

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  181. CARDS, BOARD GAMES, VIDEO GAMES, YOU KNOW. THE USUAL... =)

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  182. When my child is under the weather he loves when I read him his favorite book makes him smile.

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  183. Denise LewandowskiMarch 31, 2013 at 9:59 AM

    My daughter is grown now, but she used to like arts and crafts when she was ill.

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  184. My daughter loves to work on art projects and glue collages when she is sick. aleksnearing gmail com

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  185. We like writing and illustrating handmade books. Katharina angelsandmusic[at]gmail[dot]com

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  186. They love to color and watch movies!

    cassandra

    cmarquez482@outlook.com

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  187. A Harry Potter marathon all day long. Depending on the ailment, popcorn... or applesauce.

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