A few months ago I awoke in the middle of the night to Noah’s tiny little voice sounding through the monitor, “Mommmmmyyyyyy, Mommmmmmyyyyyyyy.” My instincts kicked in and I knew something was up. This wasn’t to be ignored. I shook my head trying to clear the fog and stumbled to his room. As I opened the door I could see him sitting up in his crib and as I got closer he pointed next to him on the mattress and said, “mess mommy, big mess.” He had thrown up. I woke Eric up and he cleaned up the mess while I put Noah in the tub and got him cleaned up. This scene replayed itself at least 3 more times over the next 24.
Sicknesses rarely occur at convenient times and even if it is the middle of the day you don’t want to have to run to the store. I am quickly learning that a well stocked medicine cabinet is what is needed. It was late the next day before we were able to get Noah anti-nausea medicine. Luckily for us he did not have a high fever and whatever medicine he was able to keep down kept his fever low. If this had not been the case we would have needed an Acetaminophen suppository like FeverAll. Ironically I had just days before received an email asking to review and post about FeverAll! I had not yet received the product yet, but I felt more knowledgeable having just heard about it. This was Noah’s first stomach bug so I was kind of flying blind. I didn’t even know acetaminophen suppositories existed!
I received a box of FeverAll suppositories and a FeverAll Cool Pack in exchange for writing this post. Hopefully, for Noah and Bryce’s sake the box of suppositories sits in the cabinet untouched, but the cool pack is awesome!! 🙂 A few days after getting the package in the mail I had a nasty headache and the cool pack was already hanging out in the freezer. This was much preferred over the Lightning McQueen Boo-Boo Buddy. LOL
I also have for one of you lucky readers a box of FeverAll and a Cool Pack too!! Enter to win using the rafflecopter gadget below! The giveaway is for U.S. residents only, sorry to all my Canadian friends, and ends next Tuesday, April 23rd at midnight.
FeverAll® is a suppository form of acetaminophen, the common fever remedy known and trusted by millions of caregivers. Available in 3 strengths for infants or children of different ages, FeverAll® suppositories provide an effective dosing alternative for children who won’t or can’t take medication orally due to nausea, vomiting or irritability. FeverAll® is an official Mommy MD Guides recommended product.