Boo-boo Bag to the Rescue

Whether you are going on a family vacation or just to the playground, it's a good idea to pack a first-aid kit. If you have little ones, you’re going to need it sooner or later.

Here's what to include in the bag:

  • Band-aids

  • Pain relievers (Children's TYLENOL or MOTRIN and some Advil for Mom)

  • Children's Benadryl (in case of an allergic reaction)

  • Neosporin (or other anti-bacterial cream)

  • Aloe (in case of a sunburn)

  • Thermometer

With a bag full of these supplies, you should be covered in the event of a mishap. But as we moms know, sometimes it just takes a kiss or a hug from mom or dad.

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