You may understand that a child’s fever is the immune system helping to work with an infection. Knowing that medications may hinder that process, you may want to hold off. But then, the fever grows higher.
It happened, exactly what you had been dreading since the start of cold season, your child has caught a cold. Sniffles, aches, sneezes and a grumpy mood to boot. What can you do to distract them from how they feel?
It's hard enough to get through a typical busy day with kids, let alone a day when you don't feel well! If you're feeling "stuffy" and down with a cold during cold season, here's a quick and easy soup that will help ease some of your discomfort.