This post was sponsored by SwimWays as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
We live at the Jersey Shore and are surrounded by water so it’s always been very important to me that once we had children they get comfortable in the water and learn to swim as soon as possible. Our son is 5 months old and gets more active and curious by the day. Now that summer is here, we spend most of our time at the beach or pool so we had to find a product that would keep him both stimulated and safe. We happily discovered the SwimWays Infant Baby Spring Float with Sun Canopy. This is currently the #1 baby float on the market and is designed specifically to help introduce babies to the water. Since he can’t sit up on his own yet this is the perfect thing to keep him safe, supported and comfortable in the pool.
My favorite thing about this float, that some others don’t have, is the canopy – it’s removable, adjustable and UPF 50. This is essential since he is too young for sunscreen. The canopy allows him to float around with us and not be stuck under an umbrella all day. The seat is really soft plus it features a 3-point harness so he’s secure. The side handles make
it easy to hold onto him at all times and move him around with us. He was so happy to splash around and be in on the action with the rest of the family.
Another really convenient aspect of the SwimWays Infant Baby Spring Float is the quick setup and how easily it folds back up into the carrying bag. This was really important when looking at infant floats because we are lucky enough to have many family and friends with pools so we wanted something easy to travel with. It’s light, compact and made mostly of mesh so it dries quickly and now lives in my trunk so we have it wherever we end up this summer.
The SwimWays Infant Baby Spring Float is made for babies 3-9 months old. For more SwimWays products for kids of all ages, visit their website here. Their site, Teach Me To Swim has excellent tips for helping your kids in the water. Their detailed “Swim Steps” help you pick the best products to keep them safe in the water.
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Written By: Leslie Smith