With summer vacation wailing are you planning to go out with your kids? Cool, go ahead! You don’t really need to lock your kids in the household premises because of the intense heat during summer. Jump out of your bed this summer morning with the plans to explore the adventures of the day building sandcastles and beaches. Getting some sun can be a bliss for your kids while you travel outdoors if you keep these tips in your mind.
There’s nothing like giving a treat of water to your kids when they are scavenging outdoors with you in extreme heat to unlock the adventure of the unexplored destinations. Gulp as much water as you can when you’re going outside with your kids. This will not only prevent your body from losing water when you’re sweating to work properly but will also ensure that your kids remain energized throughout the day. You can also drink coconut water or lemon water with chilled ice to provide a soothing effect on your body. Carry cool looking water bottles with you, fill it up and drink it up after every hour.
Don’t forget your sunscreen
You don’t get sun rashes and wrinkles right away. They can seem like things that’ll never affect your kids but in reality, they can keep your kids feeling sore and can also lead to severe skin diseases. When you go outside with your kids apply a decent layer of sunscreen on their body half an hour prior to sun exposure and keep on reapplying sunscreen after ever two hours. The higher the SPF for a longer hour your kids will remain protected from the sun rays. Never forget to carry your sunscreen in your travel essential kit.
In summers it’s always advisable to dress your kids in the light fabric like cotton to keep your baby comfortable and cool while travelling. You should also cover your baby’s arms and legs to avoid exposure to direct sunlight that can cause sunburn and other harmful effects. If your baby is small you can put in a muslin cloth and it will keep your baby cool even during the intense heat. You can also put a hat on your kid’s head to keep his eyes and face well protected from the sun rays.
Avoid travelling midday
While you’re planning to experience the divine setting of nature during summer it’s always a wise decision to travel outside during the cooler part of the day and remain inside your hotel during the midday when the heat is at its peak. Nighttime is the best time to travel during the summers as your mind goes silent when the sun goes down and a cool wind blows away. Reel into the unfolding scenes of this world by travelling outside only when the scorching heat cools down.
Your summer outing should be as crazy as it is during any other season all around the year. Make each day you head out with your kids this summer a total fun and success through these icy cool tips.