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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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Carrie Groneman

Tuesday 11th of February 2014

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

Mrs. Tucker

Tuesday 11th of February 2014

Gotta keep dem babies warm.


Tuesday 4th of February 2014

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

Tuesday 4th of February 2014

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


Tuesday 4th of February 2014

That is amazing.

Mrs. Tucker

Tuesday 4th of February 2014

Take a problem + make a simple solution = WHY DIDN'T WE THINK OF THAT?! Such a great idea.

christina coker

Tuesday 4th of February 2014

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

Mrs. Tucker

Tuesday 4th of February 2014

That is EXACTLY how I felt when I found out about this.

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