I spent my childhood summers in Crete living by the sea. Swimming was a huge part of my life and it was a key way to keep cool when the temperatures soared.
I have always loved swimming, even aged 10 I was going theextra mile on a charity swim! So, when Lily was born one of the things I looked forward to the most was being able to take her swimming.
We have used Huggies® Little Swimmers® from Lily’s first swim at 8 weeks old– they have been a staple in our household ever since.
When Lily started swimming lessons at 9 months they were our go-to swim nappy. They are both easy to pull on and off as they have a clever tab pull side tab and super stretchy sides.Importantly for us in 2 years of using them with Lily we haven’t had a single leak!
Naturally we have stuck to our trusty Huggies® Little Swimmers® with George and, needless to say, both kids love the bright Disney patterns on the front.
We had our first holiday as a family of four this year and of course popped in a pack of Huggies® Little Swimmers® for George. It was lovely to be able to relax and have fun in the water together without having to worry about accidents! An added bonus of Huggies® Little Swimmers® is that theydon’t swell in the water, meaning they are both safe and convenient for family pool time.
George loved swimming with us on holiday and we all enjoyed playing with him in the water, watching his little face light up. Now we are home and (thankfully) the sun is still shining so we’re still splashing around in the paddling pool!
We were excited to see that the Huggies® Little Swimmers®packs come with one free trial Turtle Tots swim lesson which we can’t wait to use with George during the summer holidays!To bag yours just purchase a pack of Huggies® Little Swimmers® in Asda and book your place; then simply send a picture of your receipt, along with your name, address and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a splashing time!
Disclosure: The Huggies® Little Swimmers® were gifted and we were paid to write an honest review of themFolllow