matter where you live, it seems unbearably high temperatures have hit the
entire country this summer. And even though you know when the heat has become too
much to handle, it may be a different story for your toddler. They may not yet
have the words to express their discomfort, which means they could be suffering
in silence. Young children can be affected by sunburn, dehydration and heat
stroke a lot quicker than you think. Which is why whether you're at home or at
the park, you should know the ways to keep a toddler cool in the summer.
Dressing them in loose comfortable clothing and limiting their time in the sun can help keep kids cool when the weather is hot. You should also be sure to keep your kids hydrated, taking plenty of breaks to drink water. And most importantly, watch for signs that your child has had too much sun, and get them to a cool, shady place.
You can make summer a lot more fun for you and your toddler by playing it safe with these cool tips. And you can celebrate the end of a fun summer day with a sweet, cool treat. Because everyone knows that an ice cream cone is one of the most delicious parts of summer.