Swim, Baby, Swim!

Babies.  Everything about them is lovely and adorable.  Even their tiny little bathing wetsuits.

What?!  I know we’re in the dead of winter, but spring be a’comin’ and you better be ready!

Babies have a difficult time regulating their body temps, so if you’re in swim classes and baby is in a regular baby suit, they are gonna get cold quick, thus ending your visions of splashing and swimming fun.

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Enter the Babywarma wetsuit.

Keep Baby Warm While in the Water

OMGOSH, I defy you to find a cuter wetsuit.  Adorbs!

Product Deets:

  • Neoprene
  • Offers UV protection
  • Velcro straps for easy to get on and off as well as a bottom flap for easy diaper change
  • Soft durable 2 mm neoprene construction
  • Regulates child’s body temperature

And this:

  • Perfect for baby swimming lessons and use in the pool.
  • Easy changing.
  • Freedom of movement – soft neoprene body gives flexibility and warmth, leaving the arms and legs free to have a splashing good time.
  • Bottom flap for easy nappy changing.

It also comes in various sizes and colors.

I see you thinking: How the heck am I going to pull a wetsuit onto my squirmy, fat-legged, baby?!

Like this: the suit opens to lay flat for easy on, easy off.

The testimonies from parents confirm that the Babywarma does exactly what is says it does: KEEPS DAT BABY WARM!

Signed up for swim lessons at an indoor pool?  You need a Babywarma.

Planning on lessons at an outdoor pool in the summer?  You need a Babywarma.

Looking for a WOW!-factor gift for your grandbaby? They need a Babywarma.

Look at that, every choice is a winner!

Happy Splashing and Swimming!

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Comments

  1. i never really thought about this issue before, but this is genius

  2. That is amazing.

  3. I never had this problem with my babies (they had enough chub to keep them warm – especially in Texas summers!) However I need something similar for my 4 year old because he has no meat on his bones and gets chills if we go swimming too early in the season, or have swim lessons in the morning on a cloudy day.

    • Mrs. Tucker says:

      I believe they make them for older kiddos too. Nothing worse than swimming and then kiddos get cold too fast.

  4. Great advice and post, THANKS! Stopping by as co-host of Homemade link Party.

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