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    Usually just a rashie for bub with the swim nappy. Boardies over the swim nappy if you want but if you're not going swimming much he will outgrow them by summer and be a waste.

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    I just wore a maternity one piece. Sometimes I add boardies over the top. Depending on pool temp I'd add a rashie shirt as well.

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    thanks. and I can pick up a swim nappy and rashie for him at like Kmart yeah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    thanks. and I can pick up a swim nappy and rashie for him at like Kmart yeah?
    Yup, rashie from Kmart, target, Big W. You can get reusable swim nappies but I'm not sure exactly where from, I've always used the disposable huggies ones from Coles/Woolies.

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    I've bought reusable swim nappies from baby bunting and I think I've seen the at kmart maybe?

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    You can get reusable swim nappies from target too but I doubt there will be many around going into winter. I saw some on special in our local baby bunting last week they were clearing out summer stock. You might well find he still fits the same size come summer, dS1 bum never grew with the rest of his body ha ha. I got an adjustable swim nappy I have no idea where from though. It was probably baby bunting or somewhere like that.
    If it's an indoor heated pool you can prob get away without a rashie for Bub, if you have trouble finding one. You could also just put a tshirt on him.

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    I've heard that those Huggies Swimnappies can be reused. You can just chuck them in the washing machine. Never tried it though, my kids have cheapie cloth ones I got off eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waggers70 View Post
    After my toddler put his foot in the front of my bikini bottoms and pushed them down to my knees at a public swimming pool, I changed to a one piece. He then managed to pull the top right down so I had both breasts out again in public. I now wear the one piece with a rash shirt and sometimes boardies as I swear my kid is just waiting to give me a public wedgie!
    omg 😂😂

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    I wear boyleg shorts & either a bikini top or tankini top. I do feel a bit self conscious in the bikini (but I find it more comfortable). What I always do if I'm feeling a bit anxious though, is remind myself that it's a GOOD thing to show of your non "perfect" body...it's important for kids (along with other adults) to see a variety of different bodies, including those with pudgey bellies and plenty of stretch marks. Certainly doesn't have to be for you, but another perspective
    Hope you have a great time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    I've heard that those Huggies Swimnappies can be reused. You can just chuck them in the washing machine. Never tried it though, my kids have cheapie cloth ones I got off eBay
    Yep! This works
    Though I usually just hand washed and hung out with the rest of the swimwear

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