Now Harry is a full on boystrous 2 year old the contents of my changing bag have somewhat changed. I do find that if we are going on a whole day out then I will need to take Harry’s own mini rucksack stuffed with toys to keep him busy in, but other than that I find that my Pacapod Mirano
is just fine to pack with what we need for everyday use. It is super spacious and has these excellent little detachable pods that you can use to separate your essentials
One of those essentials is a couple of Huggies® Little Swimmers®
swim nappies and as I happen to be one of their “Get Set, Splash” bloggers this year I will tell you a little bit about their exciting new design!
The UKs No.1 baby swim pant brand Huggies® have teamed up with Disney© Pixar’s Finding Dory movie (eeek I am so excited to go and see this with Harry!) to encourage mums, dads, aunties and uncles to have more spontaneous water play.
Swimming doesn’t have to be a planned activity and it doesn’t always have to involve going to a sports centre, it can be as simple as a paddle at the local park or even a splash about in the paddling pool.
I have always loved Little Swimmers® i find they provide enough protection for Harry to splash about happily without swelling and becoming uncomfortable on his sensitive skin. They also rip away easily at the sides which I find essential for changing an active toddler!
I love what Huggies® Little Swimmers®
are campaigning for here, I think water based play is really important for your childs development and to feel safe around water but it needs to be a fun and less stressful experience. The new Huggies Little Swimmers are covered in Disneys signature characters from Finding Dory, Harry absolutely loves pointing out the “fishys” when he is wearing his!
Harry’s nanny lives down at the seaside and I know the minute we get there he wants to run into the sea and we are also taking him on holiday to Spain later in the year so I know Little Swimmers® will be coming with us everywhere this summer!
We are also really lucky and have a couple of splash parks where we live so jumping in for a paddle and to cool off is often on the agenda when the sunshine decides to grace us with its appearance
Here is what else is in my toddler changing bag:
- Waterproof phone case (to capture all those splash filled memories)
- Swim Shorts
- Anti Bac
- Kate Spade Purse
- Topshop Makeup/essentials bag
- iPhone 6 Plus
- Hair ties
- Tangle Teaser
- Toy train
- Chewing Gum
- Towel (I have this stowed away in the basket of our pram all summer for if we fancy a dip in the water!)
- Water bottle
- Sun Cream
Will you be doing more spontaneous swimming this year??
*As a Huggies Little Swimmers “Get Set, Splash” blogger I did collaborate with them for this post, but as always my opinions are always honest and entirely my own!
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