10 Best Baby Girls' Swimwear

List Updated December 2022

Bestselling Baby Girls' Swimwear in 2022


Carter's Baby Girls' One Piece Swimsuit, Pink Flamingo, 6M

Carter's Baby Girls' One Piece Swimsuit, Pink Flamingo, 6M
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • One-piece swimsuit with UPF 50+ sun protection
  • Screen-printed detail
  • Hip ruffle detail
  • Fully lined

Baby Girls Flower Flounced One Piece Swimsuit With Hat pink-S(6/12M)

Baby Girls Flower Flounced One Piece Swimsuit With Hat pink-S(6/12M)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Choosing the good quality nylon and polyester frabric, high elastic, soft and comfortable.
  • applique flower and flouncing
  • One piece style
  • With swimming hat
  • For summer

Carter's Baby Girls' Two Piece Swimsuit, Pink Watermelon, 3M

Carter's Baby Girls' Two Piece Swimsuit, Pink Watermelon, 3M
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • 2-piece swimsuit with UPF 50+ sun protection
  • Lined bottoms
  • Top and bottom ruffle detail

Cute Baby Bikini Big Bowknot Stripe Yellow 2 Pieces Skirt Swimwear Sets (2T,Yellow)

Cute Baby Bikini Big Bowknot Stripe Yellow 2 Pieces Skirt Swimwear Sets (2T,Yellow)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • 2 pieces baby girl bathing suits:1pcs top+1 pcs bottom
  • Material: 80% Polyamide,20% polyester
  • Hand Wash With Cold Water
  • Import advanced material:not easy to be out of shape,endure sunlight,good dehydration property and soft
  • Cannot be soaked,Without detergent,Airdry without sunlight

RuffleButts Baby/Toddler Girls Long Sleeve One Piece Swimsuit - Pineapple Paradise with UPF 50+ Sun Protection - 6-12m

RuffleButts Baby/Toddler Girls Long Sleeve One Piece Swimsuit - Pineapple Paradise with UPF 50+ Sun Protection - 6-12m
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

China Rose 50's Floral Ruffles Cotton Rompers Backless Dress Beach Wear (0-6 Month,Light Blue)

China Rose 50's Floral Ruffles Cotton Rompers Backless Dress Beach Wear (0-6 Month,Light Blue)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • NOTICE:IT IS 100% SWIMWEAR NOW,WE USE NEW MATERIAL FOR THE NEW YEAR SUMMER
  • Material: 82% Polyester,18% Spandex, Package Include:1 Piece Romper+1 Headband
  • the dress can be as the bathing suits/swimwear/party wear/costumes
  • Import advanced material:not easy to be out of shape,endure sunlight,good dehydration property and soft
  • best choice for your baby in summer, addorable and Lovely

Jastore Baby Girls Swimwear One Piece Swimsuits Beach Wear with Headband (12-24 Months, Blue)

Jastore Baby Girls Swimwear One Piece Swimsuits Beach Wear with Headband (12-24 Months, Blue)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Material:82% Polyester + 18% Spandex.
  • Style:One Piece Baby Girl Dot Bowknot Swimsuits
  • Hand wash recommend.Great for beach/ resorts/ swimming pools.
  • Package Include: one swimsuit + one headband.
  • Attention:Size May Runs Large,Please choose a smaller size,Please check product description before ordering to ensure accurate fitting.

Mud Pie Baby Girls' Swimsuit One Piece, Ruffle, 12-18 Months

Mud Pie Baby Girls' Swimsuit One Piece, Ruffle, 12-18 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Nylon, spandex blend
  • Turn inside out and machine wash with like colors; do not bleach

Baby Girl Cherry Pattern Bathing Suits Outfits Rompers With Headband (1-2 Years,Navy)

Baby Girl Cherry Pattern Bathing Suits Outfits Rompers With Headband (1-2 Years,Navy)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • NOTICE:IT IS 100% SWIMWEAR NOW,WE USE NEW MATERIAL FOR THE NEW YEAR SUMMER
  • Material: 82% Polyester,18% Spandex, Package Include:1 Piece Romper+1 Headband
  • the dress can be as the bathing suits/swimwear/party wear/costumes
  • Import advanced material:not easy to be out of shape,endure sunlight,good dehydration property and soft
  • best choice for your baby in summer, addorable and Lovely

ALove Baby Girls Rash Guard Long Sleeve Swimsuit Polka Dots Sun Protection 6 Months

ALove Baby Girls Rash Guard Long Sleeve Swimsuit Polka Dots Sun Protection 6 Months
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Baby rash guard features polka dots and floral printing
  • Pull Closure, Crewneck and Long Sleeve
  • Two Piece baby swimsuit with triangle swim bottom
  • UPF 50+ sun protection, skin-friendly and 4-way stretch fabrics
  • Those lovely baby sunsuits are great choices for your baby in summer

Chinese Female Orphans

A look inside at what happens to Chinese baby girls when they are born. Why are females unwanted in China? What can be done to save them?

China's birth rates have dropped and officials estimate that without the family planning campaign, the Chinese population would now be more than 1.5 billion. Every year, 21 million children are born. Sometimes just days before the baby is due, there are reports of enforced sterilization and of hospitals fatally injecting second babies shortly after their birth. Infant girls who survive this sex selection, female infanticide and abandonment, now face a further risk: they may be left to die of hunger and thirst in the very institutions where they are taken in. If a female baby is unwanted, she is abandoned, suffocated, or drowned soon after their birth. In China boys are valued as extra hands that will support their parents in their old age. Girls, who by custom move in with their in-laws after marriage, are viewed as damaged goods.

Boys are valued more than girls because boys will stay in their place and work, women marry and leave. More money is spent on food, clothing, toys, etc. on boys than for girls. Chinese boys grow up to be very spoiled and are sometimes called Little Emperors. Deficits in nutrition and healthcare overwhelmingly target female children. In the countryside of China, you can have more than one child, but only if the first child is a girl. If you have a girl the second time, they are usually killed. The one child-per-family policy still exists today. Boys out number girls by 17 million. Girls are either aborted or abandoned. The birth of a girl has never been a cause for celebration in China. Farmers drowning new born girls in buckets of water have been commonplace for centuries. One Chinese girl was found in a box at market with no name or birth date marked on it. Female's existence is seen as an embarrassment, even an insult, to the Chinese government. From the point of view of part functionaries, including those who run China's orphanages, it would have been better if they had never been born.

To deny a female baby's existence, a zero population growth policy has been established in China's orphanages, under which inmate populations are kept stable through deliberate attrition. No one, however, has raised the subject of providing massive aid for a collapsed and famine ridden China in the event of its population rising to 2.4 billion if this generation is allowed to have two children per family. According to the Canadian Medical Association, a 1992 survey reported the sex ratio in China had reached 118.5 boys for every 100 girls - compared to 106 boys to 100 girls in the United States. In 1197 the London Telegraph quoted an obscure but official Chinese journal, Theory and Time, which warned the male-to-female ratio in China, has become so unbalanced that there will soon be an army of bachelors in China an estimated 90 million Chinese men in search of a spouse.

The government is now trying to convince the Chinese people that women can work just as hard as the men. Women can keep their last name or the men can take the women's last name. Female infanticide is the intentional killing of baby girls due to the preference for male babies and from the low value associated with the birth of females. Infanticide is a crime overwhelmingly committed by women. The wives of Chinese men feel horrid if they give birth to a female. Every year hundreds of women commit infanticide. Prosecutors sometimes don't prosecute; juries rarely convict; those found guilty almost never go to jail. A tradition of infanticide and abandonment especially of females existed in China before the foundation of the Peoples Republic in 1949. The government itself may be partly to blame for the apparent resurgence of infanticide. Even though the father's sex organ determines the sex of a child, they still continue to blame the mothers for having female babies. Some women kill their newborn girls and then themselves for being such a disgrace to their husbands.

Many births take place in isolated villages, with only female friends and the midwife present. If a child dies, the women can always, blame natural causes for the death of the baby girls. A number of strategies have been proposed and implemented to try to address the problem of female infanticide along with the related phenomena of sex-selective abortion and abandonment and neglect of girls. The laws that punish people who commit crimes, and the laws and regulations on the protection of women and female babies should be strictly enforced.

The campaigns to protect women and female children from being kidnapped or sold in to slavery should be effectively strengthened. Family planning programs should focus effective public education, good counseling and service delivery, and the fully voluntary participation of the community and individuals to increase contraceptive prevalence, reduce unplanned pregnancies and minimize the need for an induced abortion. A missionary observer in China in the late nineteenth century interviewed forty women over the age fifty who reported to have bourn 183 sons and 175 daughters of whom 126 sons but only 53 daughters survived to the age of ten; by their account, the women had destroyed 78 of their daughters.

The Chinese babies, who are not killed when they are born, are often taken in to orphanages. 400 girls were dumped at orphanages all around China in 1994. They are kept in rooms alone in temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. One in every five die. The reason why conditions in China's orphanages are so appalling is that there is a broad government program (such as the one-child-per-family policy) that eliminates unwanted babies. A British documentary team posed as American charity fund-raisers. The video was shot through a concealed camera, and this provided the first video evidence of the existence of dying rooms. Staff and regular visitors freely admitted that 90 percent of the 50 to 60 baby girls who arrived at the orphanage each month would end their lives there.

In one orphanage, a dozen or so baby girls sit on bamboo benches in the middle of a courtyard. Their wrists and ankles are tied to the armrests and legs of the bench. A row of plastic buckets is lined up beneath holes in their seats to catch urine and excrement. The children will not be moved again until night, when they will be lifted out and tied to their beds until morning. They have no stimulation, nothing to play with, no one to touch or talk to them. In one scene of the Dying Rooms, a handicapped older boy walks up to one of the girls tied to a bench and begins head-butting her relentlessly. She doesn't move or make a sound. She doesn't move because of lack of stimulation. Very few of the children will ever learn to speak. And endless rocking is their only exercise, and their only stimulation. In one orphanage, they had more than 400 orphans. They were kept five to a bed in one airless, empty room. The summer temperatures can rise up to 100 degrees, which leads to the room temperatures reaching to 150 degrees. In just a few weeks, 20 percent of those orphans have disappeared. Orphanages have become adjuncts of the population control program: killing sites where unwanted baby girls are selectively targeted for elimination. The influx of baby girls puts an enormous strain on the resources of China's state-run orphanages. While shortages of staff or medical supplies might lead to moderately increase in infant girls deaths, in cannot account for annual death rates of 90 percent of more.

The huge number of abandoned baby girls constitutes a massive indictment of the one-child-per-family policy, which was posed on the Chinese people 25 years ago by communist patriarch Deng Xiaoping. About 89 percent of unwanted children are girls. The rest are handicapped boys. The orphanages do not name the children since they aren't expected to live of be adopted. One of these children who really shook the British documentary team was Mei-Ming. She appeared in the documentary called The Dying Rooms. The Dying Rooms was released in 1995. Mei-ming means no name in Chinese. Four days after the British documentary team found her, she had died. When they questioned the orphanage as to where she was, they refused to answer them. Mei-ming has lain in urine-soaked blankets for ten days. She had scabs of dried mucus growing across her eyes, her face shrinking to her skull; she is only two years old. The orphanage staff calls her room the dying room, and they abandoned her for the same reasons her parents abandoned her shortly after she was born. She is a female. Mei-ming died of neglect. Afterward the orphanage will deny she ever existed. She is one of perhaps 15 million female babies who have disappeared from China since the one-child-per family policy started.

Brutal neglect is the common theme of many orphanages. Mei-ming was found in an orphanage located in Guangdong, one of the richest provinces in China. There were no children to be seen or heard. Under one of the blankets lain over a cot, there was the sound of crying. When the documentary team lifted the blanket, they found Mei-ming. Under Mei-ming was a plastic bag filled with her urine and excrement. The next cot was the same, and the next, and so were all the others. Many of the children had deep lesions where the string they were tied with had cut into their bodies. One child, described by staff as normal, was suffering from vitamin B and C deficiencies, acute liver failure, and severe impetigo on her scalp. All the handicapped children were girls.

The Chinese government was approached several times, both in Beijing and at its London embassy. They denied the existence of the Dying Rooms or of Mei-ming. The Dying Rooms was based on a BBC documentary that was later discovered by the New York Times. They found children starving in desperate need of medical attention; children so listless they don't respond to human contact, and many children and infants dead or near death. Few documentaries have evoked such an international outcry as The Dying Rooms did when it was released in 1005. As a result, the United Nations gave China eighteen months to improve the conditions of the orphanages. The British documentary team was Kate Blewett and Steven W. Mosher. Blewett said, we don't want to criticize the one-child-policy, but we want to focus on the problems it is causing which can be solved. The day after The Dying Rooms was shown, questions were raised in the House of Commons about China's one-child-policy and its dying rooms. Mei-ming's brief and miserable life may not have been in vain. She has opened the eyes of millions of people in the world.

When the London embassy was approached they wrote a two-page letter to the documentary producers. The so-called dying rooms do not exist in China at all. Our investigations confirm that those reports are vicious fabrications made out of ulterior motives. The contemptible lie about China's welfare work in orphanages cannot but arouse the indignation of the Chinese people, especially the great number of social workers who are working hard for children's welfare.

For the children who do survive and make it to become teenagers they are sometimes forced to participate in a practice called foot binding. This is a practice that made women appear wealthy and attractive to males. Women whose feet that were not bound were slaves and considered useless to society. Foot binding is the process of breaking every bone in a girl's foot and pushing the toes back to the heel. The broken foot is then bound together with cloth. They performed this procedure at a young age and they are bound every year or two. By the time the girl becomes a women, her foot was no bigger than three inches. Men were attracted to extremely small feet and oily skin. If the woman didn't have this, she was repulsive to everyone.

China is trying hard to reduce the number of missing girls. Due to the decline of the American birth rate in recent years, many families have a strong desire to adopt one or two Chinese girls. It is very difficult to adopt children within the United States. Americans are used to adopting children from South American and Eastern Europe. In recent years, they have turned their attention to China because the Chinese governments work efficiency on adoption procedures has greatly improved. Save the Children allows Americans to adopt Chinese orphan girls. American families have to wait one year to receive their Chinese girl. They pay thousands of dollars for the trip to and from China.

Ten years ago, a large non-profit organization- Family and Children from China was set up in the United States with branches in nearly 40 states and more than 50 thousand members. All members are American families who either have already adopted children from China or are waiting to do so. Although adopting children is common in China, most Chinese adoptive parents still prevent the children from knowing their real parents who they grow up. American families that have adopted Chinese children, hide nothing from their kids. They encourage them to know their origins as well as Chinese culture. The adopters have to wait for a year or longer. During this period, they will keep receiving a brief description of various children. This brief description includes a picture, and details of age, sex, birthplace, and health conditions.

The adopters can then choose which child they want to adopt. In 1998, China eased adoption restrictions, allowing more Chinese girls to be adopted by United States citizens. It is estimated that since then 35 thousand girls have been adopted. The adoption process for adoptive American parents costs up to 18 thousand dollars. Then the parents choose what Chinese girl they want to adopt, they are sent the girls picture. Hopefully more Americans will become aware of what happens to these Chinese girls. Saving the life of one of these girls will change not only her life, but the adopter's life too.

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