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What can a skinny toddler wear in a cold swimming pool?

(6 Posts)
mathanxiety Sun 20-Jan-13 20:19:04

Oh good god, not worm, WARM obv blush

mathanxiety Sun 20-Jan-13 20:18:31

Second the bodysuit idea along with the float if she needs a buoyancy aid.

For afterwards, invest in a large microfibre towel that will have her dried off in no time plus a microfibre hair wrap. Fleecy, warm sweatpants and sweatshirt and thick socks to dress in should help her worm up again.

DomesticGoddess31 Sun 20-Jan-13 19:26:54

I recently bought a baby wetsuit from Splash About. No extra buoyancy, just keeps my skinny DD warmer. Get one thats a snug fit though else it will simply trap the cold water next to her skin.

lljkk Sun 20-Jan-13 19:23:34

?Put her in full body lycra sunsuit (I was told lycra is one of the few fabrics that insulates when wet). I have seen people wearing them at our pool.

Ineedmorepatience Sun 20-Jan-13 19:16:32

I dont understand! Why would you not want your child to be more buoyant??

Ditch the armbands and buy a float jacket and a wetsuit thing. She will be warm, buoyant and in the correct position for swimming.

WhoahThereCrazyHorse Sun 20-Jan-13 14:46:39

Dd has just got the hang of armbands and is desperate to go in the large swimming pool but she's rubbish in the cold. Why can I put her in to keep her warm? I don't want to use one of those wetsuit things as it will make her more buoyant.

Would love any tips - thank you.

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