It’s my thing
Hello! How are you? Hope you are keeping well! How was the half term holiday? I am sure you must have enjoyed the glorious sunshine! For us, it was a mixture of work, play and a lot of shouting as my 9 year old had his school exams. I leave it to your imagination. During the school holidays, we attended an event organised by Robinsons Fruit Shoot. It was an interesting event at Castle Climbers for Fruit Shoot’s ongoing campaign ‘It’s my Thing’. A campaign that celebrates real kids doing what they’re passionate about and champion their self expression and individuality. We went there as a family and had a lovely time. My active and energetic 9 year old loved climbing in the centre. Although it was his first experience in climbing, he gave his best shot. I was happy that at least some of his energy will be utilised and he will be calmer at home. While he was sweating it out at the climbing centre, my hubby, 4 year old, my baby and I had a refreshing time in the garden sipping Fruit Shoot Hydro. It was fresh and my kids loved the different flavours.
I had the opportunity to meet nutritionist and dietitian Jo Travers at the event. I personally asked my burning questions about the drinks that my kids consume. I wanted to know if they were good for them? Staying hydrated is important for all of us. But we do wait for a drink until we get really thirsty. Isn’t it? However, the most obvious symptom of mild dehydration is feeling thirsty along with other symptoms such as headaches, constipation, lack of concentration, low energy or mood swings. A drink is the answer to all. Go on, have a drink right now!
I will do a feature and Q & A session with dietician and nutritionist Jo Travers on my next post, please do send me your questions.