This post was sponsored by SwimWays as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
It’s Summer time, which means lots of fun outside and time in the water. We have a neighborhood pool, a small pool in our own yard, and we love spending time at the lake. Spending time in the water with little ones can be pretty nerve wracking for a mama. So, we always make sure to be safe around the water and to teach our little ones to be safe as well. We have a four year old who will be learning to swim this year and a baby, who isn’t quite ready for swimming lessons, but we still like for him to have fun in safe ways in the water.
We were so excited to try out this SwimWays Baby Spring Float with our littlest son this year, and he absolutely loves it. We will definitely be getting a ton of use out of this float this summer.
Getting in the pool is the perfect way to beat the heat in the hot Alabama sun. So, we are taking advantage. Our SwimWays Baby Spring Float is the perfect way to keep baby comfortable while he gets introduced into the water! I love how this float helped our baby stay upright while still having some access to the water for splashing. The extra space is also perfect for toys. The canopy is SPF 50, so it definitely helps keep baby safer in the sun, too.
You can find the Baby Spring Float at Target in-store, and online!
SwimWays is leading the way helping children learn to swim and encouraging parents and caregivers to learn and practice swim safety! They actually started the National Learn to Swim Day 6 years ago, and they encourage parents to celebrate in their own ways, while bringing awareness to water safety and the importance of learning to swim. National Learn to Swim Day takes place each year on the 3rd Saturday in May, so this year’s event is on May 20th!
We will definitely be celebrating National Learn to Swim day this year by getting into the water,talking to our kids, and demonstrating how to be safe in the water. We will probably even kick off some more “official” swimming lessons with our older son, while just making the water safe and fun for baby.
Water safety is so important and I definitely encourage you to learn more about SwimWays and about water safety for your little ones or any little ones that may be in your family.