How to Make Homemade Pedialyte

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The next time your child is sick and dehydrated, stir up some Homemade Pedialyte. It will save you money and a trip to the store! There are three different recipes, and chances are that you already have the ingredients sitting in your kitchen!

pedialystClick here to make homemade Pedialyte!

Written by Irene Roberson

Irene is a wife and mother, and is thankful for the privilege to serve the Lord in these roles. It is by the grace of God that she has traveled this homeschool road for eleven years. If she can do it, you can, too!

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