Peace of Mind with Pedialyte

A couple of Saturday’s ago I stopped by Walgreens to pick up some Pedialyte to have on hand *just in case* my children got sick again this winter. Afterward, my family and I went to a Christmas party for one of my mom’s groups. We had a great time with all of our friends. There was good food, crafts for the children and a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

After the party we went home and later in the evening I started seeing friend’s status updates on Facebook that children who had been at the party were vomiting. My heart dropped.

I was reminded of the Pedialyte I had just bought and put it in the fridge in case I needed to use it. Thankfully, my boys did not end up getting sick this time around but I knew when they did I would have Pedialyte to give them to keep them hydrated.

You can see more in my Whrrl story below:

Find a coupon for $1.50 off Pedialyte here.

Learn more about how Pedialyte Singles in the Tetra packaging helps with dehydration due to cold and flu and download fun activities to keep on hand for those times when your child is at home sick. Please talk to your doctor before using Pedialyte. Pedialyte is to be used under medical supervision. I was selected for this product review by Collective Bias. All opinions are mine and were not influenced by any third party.

(Disclosure: As stated above this is a sponsored post but all thoughts and opinions are my own and the story above is, coincidentally, true!)

Preparing For Cold and Flu Season With #PedialyteSingles

Last winter my boys were sick almost the whole entire cold & flu season. It was horrible. We had to cancel on playdates and birthday parties and basically spent every day inside.

 

The boys were miserable and so was I.

 

This year I wanted to be prepared for cold & flu season so I planned ahead. I went to Walgreens to purchase Pedialyte which is what my sons’ Pediatrician suggests I give them when they are dehydrated.

In the baby care aisle I found Pedialyte Singles which look like little juice boxes. I knew my toddlers would love drinking out of these since they love anything with a straw. Best of all they came in Apple flavor which is a favorite around here.

If you find your children are dehydrated this winter please contact your Doctor. If your child’s Pediatrician suggests Pedialyte to help with the dehydration you can use Pedialyte’s store locator to find a store near you that sells your favorite Pedialyte product and also visit their website for a special coupon worth $1.50 off.

To learn more about my Pedialyte shopping mission you can view my Whrrl story below.

(Disclosure: I was compensated for this blog post and Whrrl story by Collective Bias but all thoughts and opinions are my own.)