Sunday, October 6, 2013

Sponsored: Tylenol Smiling it Forward with Ana

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.

Hello Dear Readers:
Nothing worries me more than when Ana says in her small and sweet toddler voice: "Mama, I don't feel good". 

Luckily I have only heard it a couple of times in her short three years. But one time is one time too many. Thankfully after a few days and with the help of Infants’ Tylenol, she is usually back to her usual bubbly and active self in no time. Nothing makes me feel better than that over-a-cold smile back on her face, and seeing her run around outside or back to work at her craft table. She is a happy kid when she feels good and that alone makes me smile. 

Help Tylenol bring smiles to every kid's face with their new SMILING IT FORWARD™ campaign. Tylenol is donating $1 to Children's Health Fundto help children in need see a doctor and get the help that they need (up to $100,000).* This is so easy to do, just head on over to the SMILING IT FORWARD™ website here:

and click share it now.  ( I chose this photo): 

A recent photo from our first school trip to the farm.

Upload, Edit it, Save it and Share! And wait for your photo to be approved. It is that easy. I love to help where I can. And this is such an easy way to make a difference.

Do you know about Children's Health Fund??
Here is more info about the cause you will be helping out with this program:

Children’s Health Fund
  Every child deserves to be healthy, for this very reason singer/songwriter Paul Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener were inspired to create Children’s Health Fund.  With so many children living in poverty, kids across the country struggle because they can’t get to the doctor. Preschoolers suffer with untreated earaches. Elementary school kids have trouble seeing the blackboard without glasses. Middle school kids fall asleep in class because of a restless night spent wheezing with asthma. Without needed medicine, high school students are often out sick. At every level, many kids don’t have the chance to do their best in school.

  Recognizing the many barriers that keep these disadvantaged kids from the doctors they need, Paul Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener ,pioneered an innovative solution 25 years ago–the first “medical clinic on wheels”. Today, Children’s Health Fund's fleet of 50 medical mobile clinics brings healthcare to sick children in dozens of rural areas and disadvantaged urban neighborhoods nationwide. These clinics offer low income families a better alternative than the emergency room.

 With your support, Children’s Health Fund can be part of the solution and continue to give every child, no matter their economic situation, a chance. For more information about Children’s Health Fund, visit

Tylenol sent me a lovely package of goodies to save and display my photos of smiles. 

Thanks to Tylenol for reaching out about this amazing program. I hope they reach the 100,000 goal

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