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Safe Fun in the Sun!
March 23, 2012 12:08 pm | by
Amber Teething Necklaces

Just in time for fun in the sun, we have some great new swim products for you from iPlay! All of these great pieces from iPlay are made of special UV-protective (UPF 50+) fabric to keep your little one safe during sunny days ahead.

The adorable strawberry or flamingo swim diaper with rashguard set for little girls will make sure she’s well protected as she splashes. Add the coordinating Mod Brim Sunhat to complete the ensemble.
Little men will love the spider or tractor rashguard shirts with coordinating board shorts and sun hats as they put their construction skills to work on the nearest sandy beach. I love how rashguard shirts protect my children’s sensitive skin from both the sun and too much sunscreen. They are especially great for my fair skinned, ginger-haired sons!
iPlay also has a great collection of solid color sun hats to protect your little ones who prefer to sport their favorite pocket cloth diapers (without inserts) as their swim diapers. These hats feature waterproof fabric, a baseball cap brim and a longer neck flap to protect your little one’s sensitive skin. With six colors to choose from, you’re sure to find one to coordinate with your favorite cloth diaper!

Don’t forget about our other favorite ways to keep your little one safe this summer. SafetyTats are a waterproof way to tell other adults how to find you if your little one is lost or how to feed them safely if they have an allergy. FrubiShades are a comfortable, flexible way to protect little eyes on sunny days. And let’s not forget the all important sunscreen. All these items and more are easily found in our Vacation Essentials category on Near one of our retail stores? Stop by to see these great items in person!
What is your must-have product to keep your little one safe while playing in the sun?

About the Author

Heather is mom to four, born within 40 months (single, twins, single). She writes transparently about her chaotic household to encourage others through the twists and turns of parenting.


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