This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Doctor on Demand. All opinions are my own.
     We all know that as soon as school lets out, everyone is out playing and having fun. A scary fall, sunburn, or a bee sting can happen at any moment and Doctor on Demand is on call any time of day. 
     The fantastic app Doctor on Demand allows you to speak with a doctor any time of day, seven days a week. The app allows you to avoid the busy ER, germy waiting room, and costly co-pays. Skeptical? I was too! Then, I tried the Doctor on Demand app myself. It put my mind totally at ease, and I knew this was an app that would stay permanently on my phone. 

 
 
This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Doctor on Demand. All opinions are my own. 
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     A few weeks ago, my older two kids were sick. I took them to the pediatrician's office for a visit and youngest child had to tag along. The older two are 15 and 10, and the little guy is two. Before the visit, the baby was the only one who was feeling okay, after the visit he ended up incredibly ill.  
     At our doctor's office, they have toys that all the sick kids play with, as they do in most offices. These toys are a cesspool of germs, but try telling a two year old they cannot play with a dump truck filled with blocks. I caved, and he ended up with Hand, Foot and Mouth disease. It was one of the worst experiences of his little life. Now, I have found out about the incredible app Doctor on Demand, and I wish I would have had it then. I never would have had to take my sick kids out in the cold weather, my littlest guy never would have got sick, and it is a million times more convenient!