The past few weeks have been filled with trips out east to the east end, and adventures up north to Boston, and Vermont. With plenty of pool, beach, and lake time, my kids have been living in bathing suits. It’s been an incredible summer for us, and I’m fully enjoying every minute of it with them.
Regardless of where we are for the day or what activities are on the menu, the one thing which remains constant is that the kids receive multiple slatherings of sunscreen. This practice comes with increased vigilance, since Siella received stitches in her eyebrow on 4th of July, and I am trying to avoid or reduce scarring.
Their new bathing suits from SwimZip this summer have been a saving grace. Aside from the cute factor, all SwimZip suits are UPF 50+ and come in sets with their signature full zipper down the front rash guard shirts, making them super easy to take on and off. I’ve found that the SwimZip styles are one-of-a-kind, especially with their innovative design features.
Ryder loves the rash guard top, which comes in handy when boogie boarding on the beach. It protects his belly from irritation caused by rubbing against the board. And for the girls I have piece of mind knowing they are covered and protected during endless hours of building sand castles or splashing around in the water.
SwimZip bathing suits and accessories come in an array of styles and colors. In addition to children from newborn and up, they offer options in adult sizes. Looking forward to see what the next few weeks of summer have in store for us!