7 Must-Have Essentials for Toddler Sick Days!

 

I feel like I am actually prepared for the winter flu and cold season and finally figured out a way to keep it to a minimum.

My daughter doesn’t get sick too often because she’s not in a daycare or preschool yet, but since her cousins are school age, they always seem to be sick, which in turn gets Arya sick about 70% of the time we come into contact.

She actually just caught the flu bug a few days ago from the cousins, so I’ve been dealing with trying to keep the sickness at bay. Luckily, I was already prepared since I stocked up on Kleenex essentials at Walmart.com.

The ordering process was simple, just head on over to Walmart, add the kleenex to your cart and select in-store pickup or 2-day shipping to home.

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How to Make Potty Training Fun With Costco & Huggies Plus

Now, this isn’t an I know all things about potty training post because I am still in the process of trying to get my 2.5-year-old potty trained. She’s the size of a 4-year-old and I know the looks I get in public places when they see her in a diaper still are because she’s not wearing underwear. Little do they know, she’s big for her age. But that’s beside the point.

For about a couple months now, my daughter has been letting me know she’s pooped and/or peed and wants to be changed. She actually started sitting on the potty around the age of 2 and did pee in it once, but she hasn’t since. It could be because I kind of squealed and sat her down on her potty and maybe that frightened her, I dunno? Our real toilet is also very loud when flushed; It sounds like a jet engine, no joke.

But, How do you Make Potty Training Fun?

First, go pick up some Huggies Pull-Ups Plus from Costco.

You can save $7.00 on them right now through October 22. (if you’re still using diapers, you can save $8.50 on Huggies Plus Diapers too). I picked up the Pull-Ups Plus since they’re kind of like underwear and are easier for toddlers to slide on and off by themselves, especially if we’re not potty trained by the time our flight comes the 24th of this month. Those plane bathrooms are small enough without having to put a big toddler on the changing table, which I might add was too small when she was 7 months.

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How to Treat Toddler Teething Pain

This last week, my 16 month old daughter has been going through an “I don’t want to eat that, even though I’ve ate it before” stage. I am unsure if it’s just a picky phase, or if it has to do with her teething. She still only has the top 4 and bottom 4 teeth in currently, and I think she’s been dealing with molar pain since she’ll smack her ear when any sort of teething is about to occur. I have heard they start appearing anywhere from 14 months on up, so it’s probably about that time for us. DOH!

She did spike a fever at one point. AND I know Dr’s say it’s a coincidence, but from our experience, it seems to go hand-in-hand with teething. So my guess is we’re dealing with molars, even though I haven’t felt the little buggers pop through yet.

How to Treat Toddler Teething Pain

I do try to relieve her pain by following the steps below.

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Pampers Easy Ups Boys/Girls as Low as $11.29!

Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants for Boys are as low as $11.29 or .18 cents per pull up and for girls it’s $18.80 or .19 cents per pull up. Make sure you sign up for an Amazon Mom or caregiver account before purchasing so you will get 3 free months of prime and the great discounts. If you make a purchase in the baby store of $25 or more in one transaction while you’re a member in your 3 free months, you’ll receive a free month each time.

Pampers Easy Ups Trainers for Boys, 2-3T, 108 – $20.88  (0.19 per Pull Up)

Pampers Easy Ups Trainers for Boys, 3-4T, 60 – $11.29  (.18 per Pull Up)

Pampers Easy Ups Trainers for Boys, 3-4T, 96 $18.80  (.19 per Pull Up)

Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants for Girls, 2-3T, 108 – $18.80  (.19 per Pull Up)

As always, you can cancel your subscribe & save feature in your Amazon account if you don’t wish to continue to receive shipments.

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Vtech – KidiJamz Studio – $34.99 (was $59.99)

This Vtech – KidiJamz Studio is an interactive music station that lets kids record their own songs and music and play it back on a detachable music player. Music mixing is a snap with 20-kid friendly tunes. To find their own beat, kids can choose from 10 different musical instrument sounds, five musical stylings, and three rhythm buttons. Adding to the fun, kids can sing till their hearts content with the included microphone and digital voice effects. IT comes with a musical scratching disc and light-up keyboard round out the fun.

This is a neat musical toy if your young one is fond of music. My 4 year old niece would love this, since she loves to sing along to songs and it’s at the great price of only $34.99, (was $59.99)

– Recommended for children aged 4 – 10 years old.

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LeapFrog Learning Friends Popup – $10.84 (Reg. $19.99)

The LeapFrog Learning Friends Popup toy just got a price reduction to $10.84, which is the lowest price it’s been on Amazon currently. This toy is perfect for introducing A,B,C’s, nursery rhymes, shapes, colors and instruments and is intended for 9 months +.

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LeapFrog® Shapes with Ella is Priced Even LOWER – $6.86

LeapFrog® Shapes with Ella the elephant is now only $6.86. I posted this adorable toy on August 18th when it got reduced to $10.59, but now it’s even lower!! I doubt this price will stay too long, so if you’re in need of a gift for a baby or toddler, this would be perfect and inexpensive!

  • Snuggle into Shapes with Ella
  • Each touch or spin of Ella’s belly rewards baby with playful responses.
  • Features goodnight mode with nightlight.
  • Encourages pretend play and gross motor skill development.
  • Help Ella find Starry Shapes in the sky
  • Introduces shapes, facial features and daytime and nighttime routines.

If you already have Ella, LeapFrog Appy the lion is $10.89 (orig. $29.99)

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Fisher-Price Imaginext Big Foot The Monster – $33.51 (reg. 99.99)

This awesomely cool Big Foot The Monster toy from Fisher-Price is now on sale for only $33.51 when it was regularly $99.99. That is a huge 66% savings! This imaginext Big Foot includes a remote control, ball, speech and lots of personality. The remote allows him to walk forward and backwards and the six buttons control him to be/do happy, angry, sleep, fun, ball & exercise. When you press the ball button, he’ll say things like “play” and he’ll throw the ball. Sounds like a really fun, interactive toy to me. Perfect for Christmas!

To see more information, click the watch demo link below the main product images.

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Disney Toddler Clothing Sets As Low $5.31!!

You can get a cute 3 piece Winnie the Pooh Girls Toddler Bermuda Set for only $5.31 and it’s available in sizes 3T & 4T!

There’s also plenty more that have gotten a price reduction if that one doesn’t suit your fancy.

  1. Two Piece Princess Knit Shirt With Plaid Short Set (sizes 2T, 3T & 4T) — $6.97
  2. Two Piece Betty Boop Knit Shirt With Denim Skirt Set (sizes 2T, 3T & 4T) — $6.97 
  3. Two Piece Tinker Bell Knit Shirt With Denim Skirt Set (sizes 2T, 3T & 4T) — $6.97 
  4. Two Piece Princess Tiana Shirt With Twill Short Set (sizes 2T, 3T & 4T) — $6.97 
  5. Two Piece Princess Poplin Skirt With Denim Skirt Set (sizes 2T, 3T & 4T) — $6.97

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