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Put a Bucket On Their Head

Not a real bucket!  That’s just mean!

Now that it’s spring, many of us and our kiddos and grand-kiddos will be spending more time outside.  With more sun exposure, comes more risk to tender skin.  As a melanoma survivor (14 years plus!), I know the importance of how a little protection and forethought goes a long way.

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Enter a sturdy bucket hat:

Put a Bucket On Their Headimage source: Amazon

The details:
Protect your little hiker with the UPF 50+ Sunday Afternoon Kids’ Fun AAAN Sun Bucket Hat, and go out for some fresh air. A flexible 2.5-inch brim shields their face, and mesh panels on the top keep their head cool. An adjustable, breakaway chin strap secures the hat while eliminating choking hazards.

Product Features

Material: nylon, polyester
Adjustability:
SPF Rating:
UPF Rating: 50+
Recommended Use: picnics, outdoors
Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime

BAM!  Functional and protective, just like us!

Happy Spring, y’all!

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Alice (@mumsmakelists)

Thursday 28th of March 2013

You're right - you absolutely can't beat a simple bucket hat!

Mrs. Tucker

Thursday 28th of March 2013

They're the best!

Sinea Pies

Wednesday 27th of March 2013

Now any little guy would look absolutely adorable in that hat! Stylin'! Thanks so much for stopping by Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop and sharing your great links. Please come back again next week? Have a wonderful week. Sinea

Mrs. Tucker

Wednesday 27th of March 2013

You gotta start 'em young! Thank you!

Abby

Wednesday 27th of March 2013

As a 26 year old whose dad is a skin cancer survivor, I'm appalled by my generation's shortsightedness when it comes to sun exposure. The statistics are overwhelming, yet many of my peers continue to frequent tanning beds and spend hours sunbathing. I'm a fair-skinned wife of a fair-skinned man and mother of two fair-skinned young children, and we take sun protection seriously. Thank you for posting about a serious topic that doesn't get the coverage it deserves.

Mrs. Tucker

Wednesday 27th of March 2013

I am appalled, too. It's nothing short of shocking how many still use tanning beds, but more so, I'm shocked by the adults who allow their use. While sun exposure isn't the entire story to skin cancer, it's certainly the easiest to be proactive about. Thanks for coming by and the passionate comment.

Esther Irish (@LaughWithUsBlog)

Tuesday 26th of March 2013

I need to remember that! I NEVER remember the hats when we're going out.

Mrs. Tucker

Tuesday 26th of March 2013

Put that bucket on their head!

Betty Taylor

Monday 25th of March 2013

My grandson are little blondes so I always have to remember the bucket!

Mrs. Tucker

Monday 25th of March 2013

Remember the bucket!