Maintaining your outdoor lifestyle after having kids is not easy. But visiting a beach might be just what you need to save the day. Lora Fleming, University of Exeter, says the idea that the beach helps our health is well established. Doctors prescribed trips to the ocean as early as the 18th century.
Everyone loves spending a day at the beach. The sound of the waves, the sunlight, and the relaxation of lounging in a beach chair are some of the highlights of summer. As it turns out, time at the beach does more than just provide enjoyment, it actually changes your brain.
The benefits of spending time at the beach manifest themselves in several different ways:
The team of Panda Carrier had this in mind when started working with Frog Orange. Our hiking backpacks are great for long walks, but if you have a small baby, you need something else. A carrier which you can even take to water. And wetsuit baby carriers are perfectly suited for that.
We also believe the ocean, waves and smell of salt water have the power to clear your mind. The power enabling a positive perspective on life.
Frog Orange wetsuit baby carriers are suited for babies from 4kg to 9kg. The carriers are made of high-quality neoprene laminated with nylon and fully tested to EU safety standards (there are none in Australia) which means no nasty chemicals and flimsy designs for our beautiful babes.
Not only the perfect accessory for introducing water play to a new baby while keeping them close, this is a fully functional infant carrier that supports the all-important "M" position of baby's legs recommended by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute (this is where your baby's bottom sits lower than their knees). The face-to-face carry positions also enable you can share more smiles with your baby and monitor their safety at the same time (more info on safety)
A thoughtful and unique baby shower, newborn or just a gift for families who love embracing the great Australian outdoors, Frog Orange wetsuit baby carriers can be found at frogorange.com.au
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