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5 reasons to choose a reusable swim diaper

​1. Its eco-friendly.

Reusable swim diapers are much better than a plastic disposable swim diaper, especially considering how many you go through during a day at the beach with a toddler who wants to be in the water one minute and out the next and then back in and out and in and out again! Reusables can handle the back and forth while disposables need more frequent changing. Which bring us to reason number two..

2. Its economical.

Swim Diapers are expensive and public pools require them, so theres no getting around this investment. You get the most bang for your buck choosing the option that can be worn over and over, passed on to siblings and even shard with friends in the end.

3. Its safer for your baby’s skin

Many disposable swim diapers quickly stretch out of shape in the water and can end up rubbing and chafing your baby’s skin. They can also contain questionable chemicals that can further irritate your little mermaid or merman. Reusable swim diapers fit comfortably (even after repeated washings) and are made with the aforementioned safer…

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Study shows kids are smarter if they swim

Studies have shown widespread benefits of swim lessons for kids!

Its a no brainer why swim lessons for kids are a great idea for safety reasons and drowning prevention but what about other benefits? Research recently proves that swim lessons can offer even more benefits, some you might not expect.

Swim lessons for children at an early age have been proven to help them learn and preform better in school. According to Australia’s Griffith University for Education Research, which found that preschoolers who participate in swim lessons attain more developmental milestones than children who don’t.

A four year study (2009-2013) followed the progress of children 3-5 years old for two years, testing and interviewing the children to report cognitive development and performance in preschool and school between swimmers and non-swimmers. In this international swimming research project, the fine report collected date from 45 swim schools in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. What they found was astounding.

The findings concluded that “swimming children” score significantly better than the normal population on a number of measures that are really important for their transition to school: their cognitive development, their language…

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