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On a Mission with Children's Advil and Simely360

You have probably heard me talk about Smiley360 before if you have looked around my blog. Really I cannot say enough about this program. I was lucky this time to be chosen to do a mission with Children's Advil. Let me tell you this package couldn't have come at a better time! My baby girl, who is actually 4 now, came down with RSV after a visit from some friends and nothing was helping her. My husband had gone to the store and picked up other pain relievers a fever reducers, however none of them gave her much comfort. As you a parent you can imagine how frustrating this was for me.
I came home yesterday to find a package on my pouch and of course since I had been expecting my Mission items I quickly opened it like a kid on Christmas morning. Inside I found a full sized bottle of Children's Advil, white grape flavored which I had never seen before. I was thrilled to see that it was dye free! Not only does this save me stains from any spilled but I have found that products with dye tend to make my princess more moody then she normally is.  Also in the box was a booklet with helpful information about colds in children and keeping them comfortable naturally and 10 coupons for $1.00 any Children's Advil products each of which is attached to a neat little dosing chart!

Later in the evening when it was time for a does of medication for my daughter I decided this would be the best time to put this new product to the test! Let me tell you it was the best thing I could have done yesterday :O) With her other medications my baby girl was finally able to get a full nights sleep for the first time in 4 days! While she isn't 100% this morning the 8 hours of sleep she was able to get sure brightened both of our moods. Her only complaint today.......she can't
I've received permission to share these coupons with readers of my blog. I will be giving away 6 of the 10 coupons on my blog the others to friends where I live. So if you are interested leave a comment below with a valid email address that I can contact you at. I will mail these out on the 1st of February. If I have more then 6 entries I will chose randomly from the entries and contact the people chosen.
In the mean time make sure to check out Smiley360 to see what great missions you may qualify for! Thanks Again Children's Advil and Smiley360 :O)
 **Disclosure-As a member of Smiley360 I received the products mentioned above. 
No monetary compensation was received for this post. I did not have to write a positive
review, Any and all opinions are and will always be my own.**


Angie said…
Ironically, I don't think we've ever used Advil around here.
Mellissa Hanks said…
We haven't used it in a long time! Of course we have been lucky to not been sick enough to need it in over a year.
Melanie B said…
Advil is all we ever use !

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