13 Best Baby Boys' Swimwear

List Updated August 2020

Bestselling Baby Boys' Swimwear in 2020


Carter's Baby Boys' Rashguard Set, Navy Orange, 24M

Carter's Baby Boys' Rashguard Set, Navy Orange, 24M
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • 2-piece rash guard set with UPF 50+ sun protection
  • Long sleeves
  • Covered elastic waistband

Carter's Baby Boys' Rashguard, Blue sea, 6M

Carter's Baby Boys' Rashguard, Blue sea, 6M
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Short sleeve one piece rash guard with UPF 50+ sun protection
  • Close end zipper to protect little chins
  • Quick-drying fabric
  • Half percent design

Baby Beach One-Piece Swimsuit UPF 50+ -Sun Protective Sunsuit Blue,12 Months

Baby Beach One-Piece Swimsuit UPF 50+ -Sun Protective Sunsuit Blue,12 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Baby Beach One-Piece Swimsuit :Give Your Little The Sun Protection
  • 3 Months(0-3 Months,up to 6kg)
  • 6 Months(3-6 Months,up to 8kg)
  • 12 Months(6-12 Months,up to 10kg)
  • 18 Months(12-18 Months,up to 12kg)

Wishere Kids Boys Swimsuit UPF 50+ UV Sun Protective One-Piece Rash Guard …

Wishere Kids Boys Swimsuit UPF 50+ UV Sun Protective One-Piece Rash Guard …
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Kids Boy Girl Swimsuit One Piece Surfing Suits Beach Swimwear Rash Guard, Green , 6 -12 months

Kids Boy Girl Swimsuit One Piece Surfing Suits Beach Swimwear Rash Guard, Green , 6 -12 months
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Kid Surfing Suits Beach Swimwear
  • Size:the suggested age is just for your reference, please check the measurement to make sure it fit for your baby
  • Material :Nylon,Elastane.
  • 100% Brand New and High Quality
  • Set include:1 pc swimwear

Bonverano(TM Infant Boy's UPF 50+ Sun Protection L/S One Piece Zip Sun Suit (12-18 Months, Blue)

Bonverano(TM Infant Boy's UPF 50+ Sun Protection L/S One Piece Zip Sun Suit (12-18 Months, Blue)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Boys'one piece sun suit/rashguard swimsuit,Free sun hat
  • UPF 50+ sun protection blocks 97.5% of harmful UV radiation
  • Back zip for easy on and off.Zipper flap for protection
  • Long sleeve.Full arm,torso and bottom coverage
  • Nylon/Spandex.Front lined in 100% polyester.

DUTUT Infant Baby Boy Long Sleeve One Piece Rash Guard Swimsuit UV Sun Protection

DUTUT Infant Baby Boy Long Sleeve One Piece Rash Guard Swimsuit UV Sun Protection
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • 80% Nylon/20% Spandex
  • UPF 50 UV protection
  • Zipper on the Back
  • Easy Wash, Easy Drying
  • Package including:1*Toddler Long Sleeve Rash Guard Swimsuit+Swimming Cap

Baby Boys and Girls One Piece Rash Guard Swimsuit One Piece Swimsuit for Kids,Blue,18-24 Months

Baby Boys and Girls One Piece Rash Guard Swimsuit One Piece Swimsuit for Kids,Blue,18-24 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Long sleeve/ Short sleeve style one piece baby girls/boys swimsuit featuring cute animal patterns and stripe on the front
  • Keeps your little one's skin protected from chlorine as well as keeping warm in the swimming pool or ourdoor pools
  • Chemical Free Fabrics, perfect for sensitive skin and UPF 50+ rated, maximum UV sun protection for apparel
  • Zipper swimming costume, Easy to get on and off and not to clingy to remove when they get wet
  • High quality stretchy fabric, soft, lightweight and quick drying

SwimZip Little Boy Long Sleeve Sunsuit with UPF 50 Sun Protection, Blue Sailboat, 12-18 Months

SwimZip Little Boy Long Sleeve Sunsuit with UPF 50 Sun Protection, Blue Sailboat, 12-18 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Rated SPF 50+ 100% Polyester Material ... Blocks 98% of UVA and UVB Rays! (Called UPF 50+ for fabric)
  • Full Zipper Down Front Makes It SO EASY To Put-On and Take-Off! Diaper changing is a breeze!
  • Soft comfortable material. Highly chlorine and salt water resistant fabric.
  • Super cute, award winning styles!
  • Tagless Neck.

Toddler Baby Boy Summer Long Sleeve One Piece Rash Guard Swimsuit Sun Protection Dark Blue 9-12 Months, Tag 3

Toddler Baby Boy Summer Long Sleeve One Piece Rash Guard Swimsuit Sun Protection Dark Blue 9-12 Months, Tag 3
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 80% Nylon/20% Spandex,Note: This swimsuit size is a little large, suggest select a smaller size.
  • UPF 50 UV protection
  • Zipper on the Back
  • Easy Wash, Easy Drying
  • Package including:1*Toddler Long Sleeve Rash Guard Swimsuit+Swimming Cap

Vaenait baby 0-24M Baby Swimsuit Infant Boys Rashguard Swimwear Real Jaws Baby S

Vaenait baby 0-24M Baby Swimsuit Infant Boys Rashguard Swimwear Real Jaws Baby S
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • S (0-12M) / L (12-24M)
  • Certified UPF 50 UV protection.
  • Easy Wash, Easy Drying
  • Comfortable stretch fit
  • Zip-back closure for easy on and off

Vivafun Baby Boy Rash Guard Swimsuit UPF 40+ Sun Protective Sunsuit

Vivafun Baby Boy Rash Guard Swimsuit UPF 40+ Sun Protective Sunsuit
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Baby Long Sleeve Swimwear Sun Protective Swimsuit
  • Front Zipper is Easy to Put-On and Take-Off
  • Nylon/Spandex
  • Long Sleeve for Great Cover

Baby Boy One Piece Long Sleeve Sunsuits Zipper Rash Guard Sun Protection with Swimming Hat Size 9-12M (Blue)

Baby Boy One Piece Long Sleeve Sunsuits Zipper Rash Guard Sun Protection with Swimming Hat Size 9-12M (Blue)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

Are Electronic Baby Dolls Really Keeping Our Teens From Becoming Pregnant?

So many teens are participating in the Baby Think It Over program but is it really effective in preventing them from getting pregnant? This article share's my personal views on the pro's and con's of the program.

Educational babies are used in high schools across the nation in an effort to teach young people about the responsibilities of parenting. The dolls are programmed to cry and wet their diapers just like real babies and they don't stop until the teen takes the appropriate parenting measures. Not only are these dolls designed to be racially and anatomically correct but they are also just like real babies in that some of them are fussier than others. The teen wears a special bracelet on their wrist that must plug into the doll upon every interaction so that the recording device inside the doll monitors the response correctly. When the doll is turned into the teacher at the end of the session it spits out a report to the on school computer and uses the reported factors to figure the teen's grade.

When a participating teen takes their baby home they are given clothing, diapers, bottles, blankets and a car seat. Each baby is to be cared for in the same fashion a parent would care for a real baby and that includes carting the fake kid around wherever they go. The teen must endure the stares of bystanders and biased opinions regarding teen pregnancy from the pubic in general. As the doll's only parent, the teen also has to maintain the responsibility of getting out of bed in the middle of the night when the doll cries to soothe it, feed it or change it.

Although I believe the Baby Think It Over program is an innovative form of scaring teens off of pregnancy I'm not entirely convinced it's as fool proof as it claims to be. The doll is still too unrealistic for many teens to take seriously. Any teen that participates in the program that really doesn't care if they get a passing grade is apt to just ignore its crying or bury it in the clothes hamper while they go about their daily business.

My own daughter participated in the program her freshman year. When she first brought the doll home she was excited and thought it was great fun to carry around a doll at her age without people thinking she was weird, but then the doll became more lifelike. When it cried she would rock it, feed it and change it. Sometimes the crying stopped right away and at other times it just wouldn't stop. She wasn't too keen on the idea of taking the doll everywhere she went when she found out it could be quite embarrassing to carry a doll to the movie theater and mall. The straw that broke the camel's back was late one night when the doll refused to stop crying. She tried everything they taught her but it never let up. Eventually she threw the doll in my lap, covered her ears and begged me to make it stop. Because of that experience my daughter claims she never wants to have children. She says she has no patience for it.

So in this instance I can see how this program is helpful but not all teens feel the same way. There is a high number of them will do anything they can to get rid of the doll as soon as they get, bad grade or not. One student has reported wrapping the doll in a jacket and throwing it in the school locker for the duration of a weekend so that he didn't have to hear it cry while another student claimed to roll up a piece of paper, shove it into the doll's nose and pretend the doll was snorting glitter. Holding the doll while driving has become commonplace and some has managed to slip out of the bracelet in order to hand the doll over to other people to care for. The really disturbing aspect of this program is the extremely high rate of teen girls who think these dolls are fun and have begun to consider having real babies based on the great time they had with their Baby Think It Over baby. While many schools are reporting a decrease in teen pregnancy as a result of the program, many parents are expressing concern over their daughter's new found enthusiasm.

As the educational baby program continues to grow and evolve I think it will have a higher impact on teens in the future when used in conjunction with the empathy pregnant belly. However, the success of this experience totally depends on the attitude and mentality of the teen utilizing it. Perhaps educators and parents should consider addressing that issue way before handing out a doll that will wind up locked inside some teenager's trunk.

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