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With the holidays here we all have to do lists a mile long and, as all you parents know, we can’t take sick days this time of year. In just the past couple of weeks we moved from Cleveland to Michigan, we loaded and unloaded three huge moving trucks on two different trips between states, we had Thanksgiving, we unpacked moving boxes, we decorated for Christmas, we unpacked moving boxes, we hosted Kora’s birthday, we unpacked moving boxes, we shopped for Christmas gifts, and we unpacked moving boxes. Whew!
While it’s been a busy few weeks I know it’s been just as busy for many of you out there as well. With Christmas around the corner, now would be the worst time to suffer from cold symptoms. I love those great commercials from Vicks with the mom or the dad opening the door to the baby’s room and saying, “Hey Amanda, (cough cough) sorry to bother you but I have to take a sick day.” Then big words stamp across the screen saying, “Moms don’t take sick days. Moms take DayQuil.”
While the commercial is humorous, it’s also very true. I remember one particular Thanksgiving when my mom was terribly sick with a bad cold. She still got up early and worked hard to get everything together. We all pitched in to help but she was still in charge and made sure the holiday went on as planned.
I like that when you are fighting that cold during the holidays, DayQuil can help you get through your to-do list.
I wish you a happy and healthy holiday season and if a cold does catch up with you be sure to check out Vicks DayQuil or NyQuil.