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Old 06-22-2012, 06:29 PM   #1
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Just wondering what everyones solution is to keeping legs covered.
The uv has been very strong here and im a bit concerned about DD2 getting too much sun. they always hang out now that she is too big for legs in (6 mos)

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Old 06-22-2012, 06:31 PM   #2
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Babylegs?? they breathe really well and there is actually a whole line designed for UV protection
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or sunscreen, you can start using that after 6 months right?
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Old 06-23-2012, 07:06 AM   #4
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I would rather avoid sunscreen unless absolutely necessary. Even on myself and my bigger kids we generally try to cover ourselves well with hats and clothes to only use minimal sunscreen.
I will try babylegs with some robeez shoes and hope she doesn't get too hot.
I was hoping there was a solution I was overlooking
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I use babylegs too. They aren't that thick at all, so they don't make baby too hot.
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Re: keeping little legs covered

That's why I designed Monkey Pockets! I wanted to keep my DS from getting burned, but also keep him cool while we went outside. The solarveil gives the protection from the sun, and the open weave of the fabric allows for air flow.

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That's why I designed Monkey Pockets! I wanted to keep my DS from getting burned, but also keep him cool while we went outside. The solarveil gives the protection from the sun, and the open weave of the fabric allows for air flow.
Very cool! I drape my aden and anaisblanket for that too. As expensive as they are, I'm glad they have a lot of uses.
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I use babylegs usually, or in my mesh ring sling I'll drape the tail over her legs to protect her.
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Love baby legs !!!
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