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Every year around the end of May I sit down and make a list of all the things I want to do with my boys over the summer. Around here, the kids get out at the end of June and here I am six weeks into their vacation wondering where the time has gone. It seems like once they do finally get out of school, July 4th is not far behind. Throw in a few summer birthdays, a day trip here and there, a couple of beach days and BOOM! All of the sudden it’s August already.
Even though it’s flown by already, my boys have had a really great summer so far. We rented a cottage on the beach the last week in June, which was a blast.
We’ve been to a few museums and playgrounds over the summer and we’re regulars at the beach in Newport, RI.
Oh, and we’re heading back to this place again in two weeks:
But I don’t have to tell you that summer vacation is coming to an end – and fast. My boys go back after Labor Day, but that only gives me four weeks of summer left. FOUR weeks. There is still so much I want to do before we are back in school mode! I came up with this list of things that I want to try to squeeze in before the kids go back to school next month.
If you want to squeeze in some fun before school goes back to school, too, you can get your copy of this printable right here.
Speaking of school mode – are you ready? I am having a little bit of trouble wrapping my brain around the fact that the hectic school days are going to be here before I know it. Back to school means different things to different people. For me it means getting back into a workout routine (because I have been slacking all summer) and for many of us back to school means that the kids will not only be coming home with lots of homework, but lots of germs, too.
Since we have a family vacation coming up and time is running out, I decided to head out to Target and stock up on everything I need to start off the new school year happy & healthy.
For the kids, I definitely want to be prepared for that first fever of the year, so I grabbed some Children’s TYLENOL®. When it comes to reducing fevers and relieving pain in children, TYLENOL® is the brand recommended most by pediatricians. I have used Children’s TYLENOL® for years and love that it doesn’t upset little stomachs. It is for children ages 2-11 and available in Cherry Blast and Grape flavors. Use only as directed.
For me, it’s super important to make sure that I have the right pain relief on hand for those aching muscles from my zumba classes. I like to make sure I take care of the pain on the inside and outside, so I grabbed some Extra Strength TYLENOL®. TYLENOL® temporarily relieves minor aches and pains due to: the common cold, headache, backache, minor pain of arthritis, toothache, muscular aches, premenstrual and menstrual cramps; temporarily reduces fever. Plus TYLENOL® is the #1 Doctor Recommended Brand of Pain Reliever.
For the outside, I got some Ultra Strength BENGAY® Cream. It temporarily relieves the minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with: simple backache, arthritis, strains, bruises and sprains. This product is intended for adults and children 12 years and older. Use only as directed.
Now that I am all stocked up, I am ready to conquer the new school year. You can get positively prepared with the right pain relief for you and your family at Target.com, too.
How are you preparing for back to school?