Dehydration isn’t something to take lightly. When it happens, your child's body doesn’t have enough fluids and water to function properly. In severe cases, this could lead to brain damage or even death.    Most of the time, a toddler gets enough water from eating and drinking to replace the fluids they lose. But in some cases, kids can lose more water than normal. For example,, fevers, diarrhoea, being out in hot weather, or too much exercise. These may result in too much fluid loss which can lead to dehydration. Toddlers are risk of dehydration Some toddlers become dehydrated because they don’t drink enough...