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I have received information and products 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. 

What does it mean to you as a mom to see your child smile after they have been sick? (You know, that “feel better” smile that means they’re ready to run around again!)

I have three children and, as all children, they get sick. More so in the winter when it gets cold.

I hate having sick children. Not because of the work required (I love giving the kids extra TLC when they aren't feeling well), but rather because I think horrible thoughts when they get sick. My husband calls me a catastrophic thinker. I envision my child dying from a cold. I have heard many times how it can turn into pneumonia, etc. I hate that I do this to myself and find that I am always thinking the worst. Much like when a mother listens to her newborn child's chest during the middle of the night to see if he or she is still breathing.


SMILING IT FORWARD™ makes it easy for people to join the movement. By sharing a photo that makes you smile at, TYLENOL® will make a $1 donation to Children’s Health Fund, up to $100,000, helping to ensure a doctor’s visit is always within reach for children in need.

In addition to sharing photos at, moms can go on the site to view the TYLENOL® Smile Gallery, learn more about Alyson Hannigan and Children’s Health Fund, and receive tips from leading pediatrician, Dr. Tanya Altmann, about keeping families smiling through cold and flu season.


I would love to see you upload your own photo that makes you smile on the SMILING IT FORWARD™ website. I did it and I just love seeing my kids smiling faces.

The makers of TYLENOL® have been helping moms bring “feel better” smiles to their kids for more than 50 years. Generations of moms have turned to INFANTS’ TYLENOL® – the #1 pediatrician recommended brand – to help relieve their children’s pain and reduce fever.


When it comes to reducing fever or relieving pain in children, Infants’ TYLENOL® is recommended by pediatricians and is also gentle on your little one’s tummy.

Infants’ TYLENOL® can be used for infants who are allergic to aspirin or have the flu or chicken pox. Infants’ TYLENOL® is appropriate for children 2-3 years of age. 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 2 can also take Children’s TYLENOL®.

TYLENOL® can temporarily reduce fever plus relieve minor aches and pains due to the common cold, flu, headache, sore throat and toothache.

So I am sure that you get the point, I hate when my child is sick. Buy you see those smiling faces above? I always want to see a smile on their faces.

For me, seeing that smile after my child has been sick is proof that everything is ok. I know that they are feeling better and that I could have, just perhaps, been a bit of a hypochondriac. I am good with that.


For more information about TYLENOL® please visit or call 1-877-895-3665. You can also visit the Smiling It Forward website.


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. This information is not a substitute for the drug facts label for any TYLENOL® product. Please always read and follow the label. Use TYLENOL® products only as directed.

If you have any questions about dosing or giving your child an over the counter medicine, it is important to consult your pediatrician.

I have received information and products 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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