#SneezingTime: How to Teach Your Tots to Blow Their Nose

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The following is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.

SneezingTime_Allergy Fact 1I have seasonal allergies – not a lot, just a little – and I usually deal with them by cursing Mother Nature and her pesky pollen. I also get by with a little help from my friends. This year, those friends are the folks at Angel Soft®.

They were nice enough to send me an allergy survival kit loaded with all sorts of sniffle-fighting things, including some Angel Soft Facial Tissue, a coffee cup, some peppermint tea, Breathe Right Strips, peppermint essential oil, a hot/cold mask and some coupons. In fact, you can win the exact same kit for yourself (a $50 value) by entering at the bottom of this entry!

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You might be inclined to think that all facial tissue is the same, but that’s not true. Anyone who’s used “generic” tissue knows that! What’s nice about Angel Soft Facial Tissue – besides being a great value – is that it has all of the strength and softness of their bath tissue, but in a tissue designed for noses. It’s made with two layers and it comes in a lotion and non-lotion options (the lotion option is made with THREE layers and is their softest and strongest facial tissue).

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Now, if you’re like me, you’ve probably struggled with how to teach your little one how to blow his or her nose. “Just blow air really hard out of your nose” isn’t an easy lesson to convey!

Angel Soft has you covered there, too. They’ve turned the lesson into a fun game for kids with the video below. They’ve also created a video about how following the hashtag #SneezingTime on Twitter can help you learn how to save a little money during allergy season and another video about how to turn a stuffed animal into an adorable tissue dispenser.

Feel free to check out the Angel Soft website for more info and tips. While you’re there, don’t forget to download the coupon! You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter. While you’re there, don’t forget to follow and use the hashtag #SneezingTime to join the conversation!

Want to win an Angel Soft® Facial Tissue allergy survival kit (valued at $50)? Enter using the Rafflecopter Below!

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  1. Oy vey – y nine year old STILL has issues blowing his nose. I haven’t even started with my six year old.

  2. This is a great resource. It was so hard teaching my son how to blow his nose!

  3. Umm, my son would have been all over that but my girls have “perfected” the farmer blow so that would end up in a big mess!! Lol!
    I did get a chuckle out of it for sure!
    Great tips!

  4. Thanks for the giveaway! I have allergies for the first time this year, stinks!

  5. My Son STILL Don’t Got The Whole Blowing The Nose Thing Thank You!

  6. I’m going to watch the video about making a cute stuffed animal tissue holder even though my boys will think it’s girlie, I think it sounds cute : )

  7. I am glad I don’t have to deal with allergy issues. My nieces don’t quite get the aspects of blowing the nose, but hopefully they’ll catch on as they get older. lol

  8. I actually try to spend a lot of time outside before the pollen picks up to help my body get acclimated to the outdoor air after being stuffed inside so long. Also, drink lots of water.

  9. Ugh, allergy season here in Texas is pretty much year round. I suffer non-stop so this would really come in handy. Thanks so much

  10. This is the FIRST year we’ve experienced allergies in my family. Thankfully VERY mild (since the youngest is horrible at blowing his nose), but anything more and we’d be looking for the best brand of tissues. I love AS toilet paper… I bet the tissues are great.

  11. this is always such a struggle getting my little ones to blow their noses, wiping their snotty noses on their hands thank you for sharing this.

  12. I have allergies, and they have been acting up like crazy today – stuffy nose, sneezing, itchy eyes. Ugh! Angel Soft is definitely great for blowing my nose all day long!

  13. I totally need an allergy survial kit!

  14. Allergy season is INSANE in atlanta…like crazy insane my car is yellow. Anyway, luckily I have a prescription nasal spray that works wonders, and these tissues look very helpful as well!

  15. We all deal with seasonal allergies. And for some reason, my 5 yr old has a hard time blowing her nose – even though she used to blow her nose just fine.

  16. Allergies are hitting me hard this spring, too! That’s such a great allergy survival kit! My husband swears by those nose strips.

  17. My kids could have used this all through the winter! So many running noses and sneezing this past year. So glad we’re coming out the other side of it all 🙂

  18. Maria Oller says:

    I need this pack I have allergies and wit this pregnancy i cannot doze my self on benadryl =(

  19. Amy Desrosiers says:

    I ease allergy symptoms by trying to avoid going out during high pollen count days.

  20. Linda romer says:

    I ease allergy symptoms by taking claritin.

  21. Allergies have been horrible so far this spring!

  22. We ease allergy symptoms by drinking lots of water and staying indoors as much as possible.

  23. I am SO glad I no longer suffer from spring allergies. I remember running through boxes of Kleenex when I was little. It was rough. – Katy

  24. Jessie C. says:

    Rest and medecine help to ease my seasonal allergy symptoms

  25. I use allergy medications

  26. Jessica To says:

    I try not to go outside when the pollen count is high and I use good filters in my home.

  27. This is a great post. I have a grandson that would love this idea.

  28. Allergy season is upon us and I must find ways to keep my little ones as comfortable as possible..

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