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Disclosure: This is a post written by me and any opinions expressed are my own. I may or may not have received compensation for my services.

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I can’t think of one Mom who would disagree when I say, nothing feels worse that when your child is sick. We do everything we can to take care of them but, it still breaks our hearts to see them so miserable. Sure, we all have those days when they are running around screaming and driving us crazy, however, we want those days over sick days every time. There is something about seeing your child smile that warms the heart.

Tylenol Smiling it Forward - DelightfulChaos.comFor over 11 years, I have always given the boys TYLENOL® for fevers to make them feel a little more comfortable. It’s used by Moms and recommended by pediatricians! Children’s and Infants’ TYLENOL® is also gentle on the little tummy’s too.  I know that most people break out the TYLENOL® when a fever hits but did you know it’s also great to temporarily relieve minor aches and pains due to the common cold, flu, headache, sore throat and toothache?

Do you have a little one who is allergic to aspirin?  Infants’ TYLENOL® can be used for infants who are allergic to aspirin or have the flu or chicken pox! You can start using Infants’ TYLENOL® on your wee one at two years old.  If your child is under two years of age you should talk to your pediatrician about individual dosing for your baby. Kids over the age of two can also take Children’s TYLENOL®.

When giving your angel medicine, it’s important to make sure you’re giving the right dose for your child’s weight and age, so follow the dosing instructions on the label.  My sons’ age and weight have never matched the bottle so, my doctor told me, you always go by weight. Like any other over the counter medicine, Infants’ TYLENOL® has a drug facts label that contains complete information about the product, including warnings and directions for use. Please always read and follow the label.

If you are not already a TYLENOL® fan, you should be. If all of the amazing information I have already given you doesn’t help, how about this? TYLENOL® is making donations to help Children’s Heath Fund! How can you help you ask? It’s easy! Just upload a picture on SmilingItForward.com! I did!

A self-proclaimed TYLENOL®  mom, actress Alyson Hannigan, mother of Satyana, 4, and Keeva, 1, knows the importance of seeing her child’s “feel better” smile – the wide-eyed grin that comes after a fever has been reduced or pain has gone away. She joined SMILING IT FORWARD™ to support TYLENOL® in helping to provide high-quality healthcare, like her daughters receive, to children in need.

We all love a child’s smile. There’s baby’s first smile, the wake-up smile and the first step “I did it!” smile. But, there’s something special about the smile that comes after a fever breaks and a child starts feeling better.

Creating those “feel better” smiles is what TYLENOL® is all about.

For decades, moms and pediatricians have relied on TYLENOL® to provide relief from fever and pain. The smile of good health is one every child deserves and every mom should see.

You can help make more smiles possible for families in need.

That’s where Children’s Health Fund comes in. Their mobile medical clinics provide children in need with access to the doctors, nurses and medicine they deserve.


By simply sharing a photo that makes you smile, TYLENOL® will make a $1 donation to Children’s Health Fund (up to $100,000).

It only takes a second to submit your favorite Smile moment! You can also edit your photo. Add frames, stickers and other cool things! I’m SMILING IT FORWARD™ because I want to help and because nothing brings joy to my life like the smiles on my sons’ faces. The more smiles you upload, the more donations TYLENOL® will make!

Also, hop on over and check out Baby Talk: Smiling, Cooing, Crying – What it all means. You and your baby will find your own communication; and smiles, coos and cries will all be a part of it. By learning to enjoy the different cues along the way, before you know it, your baby will be talking!

Disclosure:I received information 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.

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