WAT-AHH! Review

Hydration is extremely important for everyone but especially kids since they can get dehydrated more easily. When you throw in a child with some health issues then water becomes even more important. Did you know that water helps maintain a healthy body weight? It also improves our attention span and concentration skills which is great for kids with ADD/ADHD! Another good point is that  drinking water will reduce tiredness and increase our capacity to exercise.

Water is a vital part in our digestion and helps clean our bodies on the inside and our immune system depends on water to help fight against colds and the flu.

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My oldest daughter has ADD/ADHD so drinking water is an important thing for her to do on a daily basis. However, getting her to drink anything other than Kool Aid or soda is nearly impossible. Here is where WAT-AHH comes in handy. When we received WAT-AHH I have to admit that I was a little sceptical about it. I thought, ‘it’s water…in a cool bottle…my kids aren’t gonna go for this.’ But, they did! My kids couldn’t wait to open them and taste this ‘totally awesome water‘. Why you ask? Because the bottle looked fun and inviting! SCORE! Finally something cool and kid friendly that will get my kids to drink more water every day. They drank it and loved it. When I asked my oldest why she liked it so much she said, ‘Well it tastes like regular water but the bottle is cool! ‘ Ok I hear ya, ‘so if it tastes like normal water then why does she like it? Did she ask for more?’ Well kids like things that are fun, cool and kid friendly. The bottle is very inviting with fun colors and design, so even if it tastes like normal water she is drinking it and yes, asking for more. As long as she drinks it, likes it and it gets her motivated to keep drinking water then I’m A-Ok with it!

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Something I didn’t know was that, ‘poor hydration in kids will result with a rise in their body temp. Their brains (which is 75% water) will be the first organ to be affected. Besides irritability, crankiness, moodiness, kids will experience loss of alertness, lack of concentration, inability to remember and feeling of fatigue will be noticed immediately.’ WOW! Maybe I should start drinking WAT-AHH too! I could always use a little extra energy that doesn’t come in the form of caffeine and sugar.

There are four different WAT-AHHs to choose from:Wat Ahh

Brain - Ultra purified water with no sugar and kid-friendly electrolytes.

Bones - Ultra purified water with again, no sugar, and bone-building magnesium.

Body – Pure Spring water. No chemicals, no sodium and no sugar.

Energy – Ultra purified water, no sugar and energizing oxygen.

With the review of WAT-AHH! I was asked to challenge my children to see which kind of drink they would prefer drinking. I offered them juice boxes, Kool-Aid and WAT-AHH!; what did they choose? Well…WAT-AHH! of course! These colorful bottles won them over and I was pleased with the fact that they are healthy and motivate my children to drink more water.

Have your kids ever had WAT-AHH!? I’d love to hear how much they like it and why you like it as well. And right now over at ‘What’s the Word’ you can enter to win a custom pair WAT-AHH! shoes. Click here to enter. Contest ends on March 31st so hurry over for your chance to win.

To learn even more about WAT-AHH! and what they have to offer, as well as where it is available, please click here to visit their site and order some for your kids today.

*I did receive some WAT-AHH! to review for free in order to properly do this honest review. However, I was not paid and all opinions and experiences here are my own.*

Comments

  1. Tammy says:

    My daughter too, loved the Wat-aah, and she’s 13! I really liked it too, especially the “Bones” version, these tired, old bones in my body need all the help they can get!

  2. What a great-looking product! I’m definitely interested in giving it a try, and I love that the colorful bottles will draw kids. It might even draw my husband to drink water more often, lol. Thanks for the review!

  3. Heather says:

    This post is making me thirsty. How fun! It amazes me how much kids are affected by packaging and the ‘look’ of foods and drinks. Cool that this makes a difference for water intake too!

  4. Shannon says:

    It looks really good for kids. I bet my boys would like it. Wonderfully done review.

  5. I should try this! I have a hard time getting my little ones to drink water as well.

  6. We loved the Wat-aah too. My daughter loved taking them to golf camp. We are about to do another challenge with the Girl Scouts.

  7. Brittany says:

    I need this for myself and my kids would love it too I know! Great review!

  8. I love Wat-Aah! I just posted a pic the other day in my Water Water Water post.

  9. Rhea says:

    My kids LOVED their WAT-AHH! I only wish it was sold in local stores. The only way I can get it is through Amazon.

  10. We love WAT-AAH in our house. It’s great for getting the kids into water and out of the sugary mess.

  11. Kasandria says:

    These look so fun! I bet my kids would really enjoy it. Thanks for the awesome review! I’ll look for it next time we go to the store.
    Kas

  12. tara says:

    My kids (and I) LOVE Wat-ahh! I’m with Rhea though, I do wish I could pick it up at the grocery store…

  13. My kiddos loved Wat-ahh! too! Its a much better alternative to juice boxes.

  14. Lynsey Jones says:

    I’ve never heard of this and was wanting to try… but you cant get it at a store? Where do you get it then? Do you have to order it? I think *I* would probably be more apt to drink water out of a bottle like that, LOL

  15. Zippy says:

    I love, love, love the way that this company is marketing their water…using colorful, kid friendly labels and stickers that the kids want to play with.

  16. Katie says:

    I have heard about this and been meaning to try it – now that I know what the different types of WAT-AHH are, it’ll help me make a better decision what to buy!

  17. Maria says:

    ohh, I haven’t seen these anywhere else! It’s easy to get my lil one to drink water, but my older one would benefit from this…something about a cool packaging always gets him, and he’s usually rather have something unhealthy so this would help the cause! Thanks for sharing!

  18. Great review! I’ve never heard of WAT-AHH but I love the picture on the bottle. I’m worse than a kid. I may need to look into getting my kiddos some. Looks like fun. You can’t beat something fun that’s essential for your health.

    Talk about score! :) Thanks for sharing this info!

  19. brandy says:

    Wow that’s really interesting. I need to see if I can find some for Owen as he is very anti-water …. or well crap maybe even some for me lol.

  20. Kim says:

    We’ve tried Wat-aah and my kids loved it! I wish it was at our local store though.

  21. Kimberly says:

    Awesome review. I have tried Wat-ahh before and we loved it. So did my kids. They got such a kick out of the graphic.

    Thanks for adding the pictures. I enjoy seeing REAL pictures compared to company pictures. It makes the review more “real” to me.

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