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Tod­dler floata­tion swim­suits help kids with confidence.

The Best Floata­tion Swim­suits for Your Toddler

Spe­cially designed floata­tion swim­suits not only pro­tect your child around your swim­ming pool, they also help baby learn how to swim.  Of course, it’s impor­tant to remem­ber that these suits do not dimin­ish the need for close adult supervision.

Here are some spe­cific things to remem­ber when pur­chas­ing and using this spe­cially designed swimwear.

  1.  Make sure the fit is snug so that the suit doesn’t fall down or off while swim­ming.  Bor­row­ing a tod­dler floata­tion swim­suit that is ill-fitting is a bad idea. Also, keep in mind that a snug fit around the legs also helps to pre­vent water­borne ill­nesses by decreas­ing the risk of your baby leav­ing lit­tle “gifts” in the water.
  2. The snug fit still needs to leave room for the swim diaper.
  3. NOTE: These suits DO NOT replace prop­erly fit­ted  per­sonal flota­tion devices. And, again, close adult super­vi­sion is still needed while the child is wear­ing tod­dler floata­tion swimsuits.
  4. Many swim suits and swim shirts pro­vide an extra layer of UV Ray pro­tec­tion, some with as much as SPF 50.  But don’t for­get to add gen­er­ous amounts of sun­screen, wide-brimmed hats and sun­glasses to baby’s swim ensemble.
  5. Early swim­ming lessons are a great idea. These suits help your child learn how to swim and the floata­tion blocks can be taken out as they gain abil­ity and confidence.

These suits come in a large array of styles and col­ors for the dif­fi­cult to please tod­dler: Cool surf wear for boys, frilly ruf­fled skirts for girls, etc. After all, get­ting your child to wear them is half the bat­tle, isn’t it?   They’ll love wear­ing them and you’ll be relieved that you are pro­vid­ing them with a lit­tle extra pro­tec­tion and giv­ing them more con­fi­dence around water.

Ques­tions about tod­dler floata­tion swim­suits? Give us a call.



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