Review: Will this help DD drink more water?
It’s been unseasonably warm the past few days and I’ve been consciously trying to get DD to drink plenty of water so that she doesn’t get dehydrated in the sun. But getting a little to drink water isn’t always that simple. When we get thirsty, we drink. It goes something like this:
Me: I’m thirsty. Think I’ll get a drink of water. *Gulps*. That’s better.
For DD it’s more like:
DD: I’m thirsty. Oooo look at that butterfly… chase you! Gimme, gimme, gimme….. get that cup out of my face Mummy, can’t you see I’ve got all this playing to do??!! Oooooo… what’s that? *Runs off in opposite direction*
You see my point.
|These bottles are the perfect size for small hands|
The 300ml bottles of HiT Children’s Spring Water are ideal for small hands and the perfect size for lunch boxes, a handbag or baby bag. They cost 49p per individual bottle or £2.49 for a pack of 6. Bottled from source from the North Downs of Kent, they contain naturally present calcium, come in four colours and feature kiddie favourite characters Angelina Ballerina, Fireman Sam, Bob the Builder, and Thomas the Tank Engine. I though DD would head straight for the pink Angelina bottle but her favourite colour seems to be red at the moment so Fireman Sam got her vote and she grabbed it off the table before I had the chance to open it.