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Geoff1972 Thu 18-May-17 18:39:06

Taking my 4 month old on holiday and it is likely to be hot!
Protection from the sun is pretty straight forward but How do I recognise baby being dehydrated and if i can't give water (in any meaningful amount to help) how do i stop rehydration. Will she want more frequent feeds.....should I offer them more??!!

mummymeister Thu 18-May-17 18:52:40

Yes, she will need much more frequent feeds as this is the only way that she can get sufficient liquid. I would have a word with your health visitor and tell them where you are going and when. he/she will be able to give you more detailed advice about feeding etc.

its a lot harder to keep babies cool than you think so do be aware when taking the pram out.

Twinkie1 Thu 18-May-17 18:58:21

Just as an aside never drape blanket over front of pushchair or car seat, but a proper parasol to keep the sun off, babies can over heat when there is no airflow and there have been fatalities.

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