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Jaime King Makes the Most of the Sunshine with Baby Swimming

Jaime King Makes the Most of the Sunshine with Baby Swimming
16 September 2014 1903 Views No comments

Jaime King has been making the most of the late summer sunshine by enjoying having a splash around with her son. The 35-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday (September 14th) to show off a snap of her and her husband playing in the water with baby James.

The actress set up an inflatable pool in her garden and almost-one-year-old James looked like he was in his element. While Jaime relaxed at the edge of the pool, her husband helped to support their little one, who seemed to be loving playing in the water.

Even though the pool was set up in the shade of their house, the Sin City: A Dame to Kill star still made sure that her son was fully protected from the sun – little James was dressed up in a sun protection suit and a cute little hat to ensure that his skin wouldn't burn.

The outfit didn't seem to be getting in the way of him enjoying himself, as he looked like he was still able to move around and make the most of his time in the pool. Jaime seemed to know that it is still important to provide protection from harmful UV rays even though summer is almost over.

Even though we are heading towards October, the weather is still fine enough to enjoy a swim outside. This means that it is still sunny enough for your children's fair skin to get burnt while enjoying the weather and the water.

With this in mind, you should ensure that you are still putting sun cream on your children when they're going outside. You can provide extra protection with Konfidence's Sun Protection T-Shirts and Shorts, taking a leaf out of Jaime's book.

The T-shirts and shorts are made from high quality soft Lycra, ensuring comfort and easy movement and helping your little ones to enjoy the water and develop their swimming ability without being restricted. They also come with the latest UV colour changing technology, so you can teach your children about sun safety while they enjoy a swim.