Preparing for Spring {Giveaway}

This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.

It snowed on Sunday but last week it was in the mid 70’s and the flowers had started to bloom. The snow washed away the pollen that was collecting on my back deck. North Carolina weather is crazy so you always have to be prepared .

I started to pull out the boys shorts and tee shirts last week but I kept the snow pants within reach. We bought new outdoor toys and summer shoes last week but alas this week we are bundled up in our winter wear by the fire.





I try to be a prepared mom by being prepared for whatever hits, be it a heat wave or cold front. It seems like we are just getting over our winter colds and then our allergies start to flare up. I keep Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Allergy in my medicine cabinet when spring arrives just in case. In a great tasting grape flavor, Children’s Dimetapp® Cold & Allergy has congestion-fighting power to relieve stuffy and runny noses, while providing relief for itchy and watery eyes, for children ages 6 and up.


*It is important to remember to always read and keep the cartons for complete warnings and dosing information on Pfizer Pediatric products and to use as directed.

I’m ready for all of the lovely spring weather but I’m ready for the sneezing and runny noses that accompany the pollen explosion that happens each spring in my yard. But we’re prepared this year… so bring on spring.

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This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own.

Jessica is a family lifestyle blogger living in Raleigh, NC with her husband and four sons (7, 4, 3 and 1). Jessica started in November of 2009, but has been blogging since 2003. Jessica writes about family life, recipes, travel and products for families. She is also a Work-from-home-mom who manages marketing and social media for a local accounting company.

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75 thoughts on “Preparing for Spring {Giveaway}

  1. Audra O'Hara

    I’ve been preparing for spring for weeks. That is, when it’s been nice enough to be outside. I’ve been mulching, weeding, burning, raking, sowing seeds (the Winter Sow method), and planning. This time of year gets really busy for gardeners. 🙂

  2. renee

    I know when spring comes that I have to clean the garage and get all of the kids’ toys sorted, organized, donated, trashed, etc. because they will be in high demand until it gets too hot to move. We live in GA so that usually only takes around two months 🙂

  3. Patricia C

    I get ready for spring by switching out the winter clothes for spring clothes and going through our clothes and donating anything that we don’t want anymore.

  4. Steve Weber

    We start packing up our winter clothing. We also donate a lot of items to goodwill to help clean out some closets.

  5. Charlene S.

    It’s Spring cleaning time in my home. Currently working on my organizing my closets & donating things I’m not using.

  6. Kelly D

    I prepare for spring by cleaning the outdoor furniture getting rid of winter items that we have outgrown.

  7. Jessica To

    We try to go thru our winter clothes and donate what doesn’t fit so we don’t store it all summer.

  8. Chrissy

    In preparation for spring we try to de-clutter the house and get rid of things we don’t use/need anymore. Also, I love to open the windows when it gets warm out and do a nice big clean to get rid of all of the germs!

  9. shelly peterson

    We do some Spring cleaning and bring out the Spring clothes and put away the winter stuff or donate it.

  10. Barbara Montag

    Preparing for spring – I like to get the heavy house cleaning out of the way.
    More time will be available for working in the garden.
    thank you

  11. travelbuds

    I do some spring cleaning and I prune my rose bushes. I also go through my kids clothes and pull out what’s too small for them.

  12. Sarah Hall

    I prepare for spring by buying mulch and flower seeds for my garden. I love planting and watching things grow in the spring.

  13. Gina M

    We prepare for Spring by doing some spring cleaning, and stocking up on OTC allergy meds.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  14. Kim Henrichs

    I absolutely love getting the house cleaned for Spring. When I can get windows open and get the dust out, it’s glorious.

  15. Jessica Naca

    We prepare for Spring with some cleaning and packing away winter items! I break out the rain bots and umbrellas!

  16. Starla

    We try to do a deep Spring cleaning each year along with donating any items we don’t use consistently or ever. It really helps and gets rid of stuff we may not use but someone else can benefit from!

  17. Stefanie G

    I like to get my spring cleaning done in the winter, and get all of my Spring clothes out and put the winter ones away as soon as Spring starts!

  18. Julie Wood

    I am preparing for Spring by doing Spring cleaning and getting rid of clutter to the Goodwill and cleaning up the yard and preparing for my garden to be planted

  19. Fiona N

    Actually I just cleaned and donated some clothes and toys for Goodwill. I think I will help my mom to plant some herbs and flowers
    Thank You

  20. Stacy

    The house gets its spring cleaning once I can open windows as I get the walls and floors extra scrubbed down.

  21. Marilyn Nawara

    Pack up the winter coats, boots and sweaters. I do a little spring cleaning, but not the entire house from top to bottom like I used to do.

  22. Angela Saver

    I always prepare for spring by spring cleaning and declutting the house. I stock up on Kleenex and allergy meds too!

  23. Melissa

    Getting ready for spring with fresh coats of paint in the bedrooms and kitchen, planting flowers and getting rid of old junk!


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