Pool Safety Essentials

I was not asked to post this... I just figure summertime means more pool days... and we can never be too safe. 
We are outside all the time... and have already had a couple pool play date / birthday party invites...
These items mentioned look too cute...  

Poolside Safety Essentials

Kid-Friendly Goggles: We all know the sting from opening your eyes under chlorine water but as a kid, seeing what lurks in the depths of the pool is just too tempting! To make sure that your little divers eyes aren’t red when they come up for air, pack a Fun Kids Dive Mask. The playful character dive masks are fun for kids and comfortable too!

Germ Fighting Wristband: With public pools and restrooms comes a slew of germs! Since it isn’t always easy to quickly wash your kids’ hand – and since we don’t always know what exactly they got their hands on, a sanitizer wristband, like Halo Sani-Cuffs keep kids entertained, stylish and germ-free. This healthy accessory - a wearable, refillable, dispenser of hand sanitizer distributed at the push of a button - gives parents peace-of-mind that their little ones are never more than an arm’s length away from fighting germs.

Mini First Aid Kit – Its inevitable for kids to get a few scrapes while fooling around on the water slides or in the sand and since we can’t protect them 24/7, you can always ensure you will be there to help them feel better after they get hurt! Be best prepared with a mini first aid kid and know that you will have everything you need to patch them up!

Fun Floaties – It is always important to bring kids to places where adults and lifeguards are present, but with so many children running around it can be easy to slip and fall-in. With Aqua Leisure Fabric Floaties, kids will not only be safe, but you can keep them stylish as well! These are also a great addition for the little ones who are new to the poolside scene!

Insect Repellant: As soon as your little ones are done swimming, the sooner mosquitoes start swarming. To prevent those nasty, itchy bites after a day at the pool, spray your kids down with BiteBlocker – a family safe insect repellent that’s both sweat proof and safe for kids!

Safe Sunscreen: A day in the sun could mean a night full of tears if your kids aren’t protected from the summer rays. To avoid sunburns without having to reapply sunscreen each time they take a dip in the pool, try a water resistant and pediatrician tested sunscreen like Coppertone’s Wet n’ Clear for Kids.

Comments

  1. My youngest gets sunburned eyes if he doesn't have his eyes covered, weird, I know (I've got four kids and he's the first) but true.

    I do all of these tips except the wristband. First I'd heard of it, I like it!

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  2. I have never heard of a sanitizer wristband, but heck, I want one for ME!

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  3. We have really needed insect repellent this summer.

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  4. I really glad my kids can swim fairly good now. They don't have to use the floaties any more. I still watch them when they are in the pool.

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