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The Top 5 Must Have Products For A Day At The Beach With Baby

I know a lot of moms that dread taking their babies to the beach. The thought of a hot sweaty baby, messy food, and all the gear you have to drag along makes mom cringe. It doesn't have to be that terrible though, with the right products by your side you can tackle any beach trip with ease. These are some of the best new products here to help:


Tiny Crowns is making a splash with a brand-new category of sun protective clothing . Called Swim Costume, this line merges sun protection with costume play, resulting in a full array of themed Swim Costumes that kids actually want to wear.
Made for Moms, by Moms, out of color-fast, UPF 50 material, the line includes Funguards™, which are full-coverage rash-guard swim suits, and pretend play sun hats in themes including mermaid, princess, firefighter, and superhero. 



Tiny Bites Food Shears help parents easily and safely cut food on the go! Great for cutting those grapes in half! $10.99 for a set of 2, Tiny Bites include an on-blader ruler, cutlery-grade stainless steel blades and a child-proof protective blade cover.

Doddle Pop  -  The patented POP pacifier stays clean with a nipple that pops back into its own self-protective bubble when dropped.  You don’t have to worry about baby getting sand in their mouth this summer if the pacifier falls while out at the beach! 


12 little kids™ by TWELVElittle - the new children’s line offers two separate backpack collections, a coordinating lunch bag collection, and four sets of themed, iron-on patches for complete customization.  Great for summer travel or a day out at the beach.

Chewbeads Silicone Small Pouch – brand new,  the stylish pouch includes an adjustable wrist strap to attach to the stroller, bag or wrist and fits 2 pacifiers or keys/credit cards and keeps them accessible and within reach.

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