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I have received information and products from McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc., the makers of TYLENOL®. The opinions stated are my own. This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks.
As a mom I hate seeing my boys sick. When it comes to myself I wait usually too long before I take medicine or take myself to the doctor but when it comes to my children I don't wait around at all. I can always tell when they are feeling better because they are back to their "normal" selves with the picking at one another and their smiles return. Being their mom and seeing those "feel better" smiles lets me know that I am doing a good job at taking care of them the best I know how. We can't always have control over who gets sick with what but we can control how we deal with those sicknesses.
Smiling It Forward
Those are my boys and their "feel better" smiles as we were taking photos for our Christmas cards. They both were sick a couple weeks ago. One with bronchitis who ended up needing steroids and the other with a fever and 24 hour stomach virus. This photo of the two of them makes me smile because I know with the year the three of us have had that we are all still able to smile and feel loved. We lost my step dad to cancer and Daddy B moved out of the house. It's been a rough year but we have survived and we are able to still have smiles on our faces at the end of the day. It may not be every day but seeing them smile makes my heart happy which causes me to smile even when I have the worst of worse days.
If you have a photo of your children smiling that makes you smile you can share that smile and help make children feel better. How? Join me and head over to the Smiling It Forward site and upload a photo of a smile (or two) and with each photo uploaded Tylenol will donate $1 (up to $100,000) to Children's Health Fund to help children in need see a doctor and get the care they deserve. Also while over on the Smiling It Forward site you can watch a video from Alyson Hannigan, view all the adorable smiles in the smile gallery and read tips from Dr. Tanya Altmann.
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