Importance of Hydration in Children

Did you know that infants and young children have a higher proportion of body water than adults? As a result, they are more likely to become dehydrated which can impact their body’s ability to regulate temperature, food digestion, and waste excretion. Dehydration can also lead to headaches, poor concentration, painful cracked lips, lethargy, and constipation,…

February Bookshelf

It’s no secret that we love reading almost as much as we love food. Taking inspiration from the January Bookshelf we shared on our facebook page recently, we’ve decided to create our own! Filled with some lovely books about our favourite fictional monsters, brave kitty cats with a dash of love thrown in! Just click…

Our Favourite Children’s Books

This week we’re taking a look at some of our favourite children’s books, from paranormal investigators to striking crayons we have plenty of choices to brighten up this Blue Monday for you and your little ones. We’d be amiss when talking about our favourite children’s books to not mention everybody’s favourite boy wizard Harry Potter.…

Brain Food for Kids

As fast as your kids run from one room to another, their brains are growing and developing just as quickly. During this time the food they eat is incredibly important! Here are seven foods that can help your little ones stay sharp and affect how their brains develop well into the future. 1. Green Leafy…

World Nursery Rhyme Week

It’s World Nursery Rhyme Week! Launched in 2013, World Nursery Rhyme Week promotes the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development and education. The initiative, which was founded by Music Bugs, is open to parents, Early Years practitioners, and anybody who works with children under the age of 7. How It Works: Every year, Music Bugs…