One of My Greatest Challenges As a Mother

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Being a mother is one of life’s greatest joys but it comes with it’s own set of challenges. Moms must manage multiple roles, one of those roles being a caregiver. As a mom, being a caregiver to my children is not always easy. In spite of the stress, I do my very best to care for my children. As a caregiver, my ultimate goal is to ensure my children get the best care available.

During the fever, cough, cold and flu season this becomes a challenge. When my children aren’t feeling their best, life can be difficult to navigate. At these times, I need the support and trust of others who also can feel my pain. The #1 Mom Trusted TYLENOL®,  feels my children’s pain and that is comforting. My children can’t always describe a pain, but they sure do feel it, just like I do. TYLENOL® feels their pain and cares too.

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Last winter, both of my children, had a fever virus, which was basically a non-stop fever for several days. My babies were miserable! It was very frustrating to see my kids suffering with an on-going fever. There were times I felt helpless! After talking with their doctor, she recommend staying regular with their pain medications, even specifically recommending TYLENOL®, until the illness passed. TYLENOL® is the #1 Pediatrician recommend brand so that’s comforting for this Mom. I was confident that I could also trust my local Walgreens to have just what I need. So that’s just where I headed – Walgreens.

No matter the time of day, Walgreens is always there for my family – no matter the time or need. Every time I walk into my neighborhood Walgreens, I’m greeted with familiar faces. Somehow those familiar faces help to ease this caregiver’s frustration. I also know I can trust Walgreens to have everything I might need for the cold/fever/flu season, including Children’s TYLENOL® products. They can be found on the children’s medicine aisle, near the pharmacy. Walgreens is also the only retailer to carry all flavors of the TYLENOL® products, including Children’s TYLENOL® Cherry Dye Free. Flavor definitely matters when you’re dealing with sick kids. Yes, the products are dye-free too, which is of great importance for parents.

Time is crucial when children are sick and thankfully Children’s TYLENOL® and Walgreens understand this too. I love that TYLENOL® starts reducing fevers in as little as 15-20 minutes. This helps me get back to being an efficient caregiver quickly. More importantly, that means relief for my little ones and for me too. With regards to that pesky fever virus, we got through each fever quickly. As directed, I followed the instructions on my Children’s TYLENOL® bottle until the illness was gone for good.

As a mother, I have a ton of goals in regards to my children. When the cold/flu/fever season is in full effect, it’s my job to ensure they get the best care available. This season of being a caregiver won’t last forever so I try my best to cherish every opportunity to care for my children. It’s not always easy and can be stressful too. So while it’s here I’m glad there are brands I can trust. When I finally do fall asleep, I know that I’m caring for my children in the best way possible. At the end of the day, that is all that matters to me. TYLENOL® cares and that is enough for this Mom.

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What’s your greatest challenge as a mother? Let me know in the comments. 

-Crystal 

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I'm Crystal and I write.

I'm Crystal and I write.

I'm a Louisiana native who loves to style food and drinks, take photographs of non-moving things, and I'm also a Houzz Writer. Family and life keep me busy but that's the way I like it.
I'm Crystal and I write.