Thermal-Aid Zoo (Holiday Guide 2012)

I love the holiday season, not just for the holidays themselves, but also for the change in the weather. I love being able to bundle up indoors, and being able to play in the snow after a great winter snow storm. I find that there is not a whole lot about this time of year that I dont like, aside from those nasty colds and flu. Having a cold or flu can really put a damper on that holiday cheer, and when you have a family, if one person gets sick, then it is time to stock up on the vitamin C, fever and pain relievers and ingredients for chicken soup. I know that when the kids get sick, as a parent, you want to do what ever you need to do to make them as comfortable as possible, and with a baby it can be even harder. Well, recently I was sent a great product that will really come in handy if and when my little ones get sick. I was sent an adorable Hippo from the Thermal-Aid Zoo collection to review. With the Thermal-Aid Happy the Hippo, I can put him in the freezer to cool him down when my babies have a fever then let them snuggle with him to help bring their temperature down. Then if Estrella gets any of her tension headaches, I can warm him up in the microwave and she can use him to relieve the tension and help relieve her headache. On top of helping with fevers and headaches, we can use Happy the Hippo for when we get those bumps and bruises as well as so many other ways of relieving pain with either hot or cold therapy. So whether you are preparing for baby and making your must have list, or you are preparing for the cold and flu season, you are going to want to get a Thermal-Aid Zoo for the kids and even a Thermal-Aid product for yourself while you are at it!!

This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.


  1. Jessica B.
    November 15, 2012 / 3:37 am

    These are so cute and helpful! I know my son would like one when he is sick. I like that it helps with both hot and cold.

  2. Laura Lane
    November 15, 2012 / 4:32 am

    It's good to know when to use hot or cold.

  3. Richard John Jordan
    November 15, 2012 / 6:10 am

    You give me Mommy Katie an idea for my christmass gift list for my kids, where can I buy this thermal aid??

  4. Kambrea
    November 15, 2012 / 11:27 am

    This is a great idea! Sorry if I double posted, I don't think my last comment went through.

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