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I come from a family with a history of seasonal allergies. In fact, I’m one of the lucky ones who has indoor and outdoor allergies. As a result, I also knew that there was a definite possibility that my kids would also have allergies. Turns out I wasn’t wrong. But, we aren’t letting that stop us! Here’s how you can help your child manage outdoor allergies.
My youngest inheirted a lot from me.
- Spirited personality
- Vivid imagination
- Seasonal Allergies
I’ve learned how to manage my own seasonal allergy triggers, but how do you help a rambunctious child with a love for the outdoors?
You tackle this like you would any problem.
She feels more confident to take on the world.
Or, at the very least, to take on the backyard and our neighborhood.
But that covers one aspect.
What do we do about the rest?
For that, there’s Smart Allergy Mom Toolkit® by the makers of Children’s Claritin®.
A resource for moms, the Smart Allergy Mom Toolkit® can provide you with the knowledge you need to help. Children’s Claritin® is the #1 Pediatrician Recommended Non-Drowsy Oral Allergy Brand and provides 24-hour relief of runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, and itchy nose or throat and available at Walmart.
Which means that my adventurous daughter can take all the time she wants to soak up the sun and have fun.
When you visit the Smart Allergy Mom Toolkit® you can also find a valuable $3 off coupon. In addition, you’ll find conversation starters for your doctor’s visit. This really is an incredible resource!
Children’s Claritin® is for children ages 2+ as an allergy relief option.
As parents, we want to do as much as we can to help our kids. Whether that’s equipping them with the right tools, showing them a thing or two, or even educating ourselves on how to best help them tackle the world.
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