Children, like adults, need to be drinking plenty of fluids. This is to ensure they develop optimally, both physically and mentally. If children are thirsty, this should be seen as an alarm signal, as long term lack of fluids can be damaging for vital organs such as the kidneys if they are undersupplied. You can tell that your child is not drinking enough when they are showing symptoms. Constipation, dark urine, or dry lips indicate that your little one is not drinking enough.
With the Easter weekend fast approaching and the UK still in lockdown, we’ve mustered up some fun and EGGciting Easter activities for children (and parents!) to keep them entertained. After all we do all deserve some fun! From messy crafts to Easter egg hunts, read on to hear more…
One of the best ways to keep the little ones busy is by getting out some paints and letting them loose on some eggs! It allows children to create whatever designs they like and can keep them occupied all day! Plus it’s great fun for parents too! Make sure you put enough newspaper down