Going to the Beach with Kids
Any holiday with kids around should be fun and not exhausting or tyring. To prevent this, one should be prpared in order to enjoy the holidays.
Choose a kid-friendly beach. This means it should have a small shallow area that is also protected. Once you get there, make sure that you pick a spot near a lifeguard station.
Consider renting a beach umbrella, especially if you have an infant or toddler, so they can sleep in peace once they get tired romping about.
Write a list of the needs that each child so that when you pack their things, you won’t forget anything. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, marine-approved life jackets, beach towels, sun glasses, water shoes, first aid kit, and plenty of water for hydration.
Insist that your kids apply sunscreen every two hours for maximum protection. Make sure that you make them wear water shoes so they wouldn’t get wounded by debris.
Ask for wind and water conditions when you get to the beach. Be wary of the tide especially when it’s coming in.
Share the responsibility of keeping an eye on your kid with the other adults in your company.
June 4, 2010 Friday at 4:13 am