Having a school aged child brings along happy times of learning, interacting with other children his age, and watching his overall development. Dominic has been doing great in school, but because he was strictly under the care of our immediate family, he hasn’t had the chance to be exposed to a lot of people at one time on a regular basis like he is now. With lots of new friends and classmates to meet and play with in his kindergarten class, Dominic recently acquired a cold, which was perfect timing to try a new cough and cold medicine by Dr. Cocoa.
When Dominic was younger, it was difficult to give him medicine during a cold because once he realized he didn’t enjoy the taste, he would refuse to take it. Now that he’s older, he verbally tells us that he doesn’t enjoy the taste, and argues with us when it’s time to take the scheduled dosage. For his recent cold, we tried Dr. Cocoa’s “Daytime Cough + Cold” (because he is under 6 years old), which is made with trusted and effective ingredients, but also with 10% real cocoa, providing a rich chocolate taste.
As we called him into the room to take the first dose, Dominic gave us that fearful “Oh no, I don’t want to take it” look when we first opened the bottle and poured the medicine into the spoon provided. When I gave him the dosage according to the packaging, he had a surprised look on his face. I asked him how it was, he said, “It’s good mama!”
Success! We finally found a medicine that will help our little man on the road to recovery, and with a smile! Dr. Cocoa is available nationwide at stores and online. If you would like to try one of their products (pictured below) for your own children, you can download and print a $2.00 coupon for your next purchase. Also, please visit the Dr. Cocoa Facebook page for your chance to win a Dr. Cocoa owl puppet, just like the one Dominic is holding in the above picture (which he absolutely loves). Cheers!
FTC Disclosure: I received product and was asked to review the product in return. Although I did receive product, the opinions in this post are strictly my own.