Mommy & Us Dual Baby Rider is the perfect way to spend time in the water with not one, but two little ones! You maintain command of this under-the-sea inspired rider as the split-ring opening allows you to nestle yourself inside and hang right alongside the kiddies.
It's summer, and what better way to beat the heat than jump into a pool. However, if you have kids you know the endless fights that one gets into when it comes to sharing a pool float. That's not all, keeping an eye out for two kids in the pool can be incredibly stressful. But that now is a thing in the past. There is a new pool float that's in the market that allows for two small children to share it, and you can monitor them by inserting yourself in the gap or split ring of the float without needlessly worrying about their whereabouts.
They have a carved-out spot for the pusher of the float to stay right there with them. This amazing invention is available at Walmart for just $37. It's easy on the wallet and practical! The description reads, "Our Mommy & Us Dual Baby Rider is the perfect way to spend time in the water with not one, but two little ones! You maintain command of this under-the-sea inspired rider as the split-ring opening allows you to nestle yourself inside and hang right alongside the kiddies."
This is an apt product for babies and toddlers. It continues, "This Learn-to-Swim dual baby Rider is a great pre-swimmer product to get your little one comfortable in the water. Now, entertaining two pre-swimmers is convenient and fun for all. The Mommy & Us Baby Rider features two deep-pocket seats that provide secure sitting comfort with ample room for legs to kick around in the water. Four inflatable sea creature friends are included and detachable - a sure way to keep everyone happy and entertained while getting used to the water."
The pool float aids in helping pre-swimmers and is designed for children between the ages of 8-24 months, and "can hold two pre-swimmers up to 40-pounds each". Parents need not fret either as there is a convenient design for them to be included. " The half-ring opening makes it easy for 'mommy' to snuggle up close and float along." Besides this, there is a specially designed center pocket that can carry toys or snacks.
However, not all parents were gung ho about this new product. Charlene Gutierrez wrote, "I NEVER take my kids swimming (2 & 4) unless my husband is here. He’s in charge of one and me of the other! What if one kid needs help? You’re going to ditch one who can’t swim either and hope they stay in their float on the edge? YEAH... right. I’m super paranoid around the water. My son is pretty good with floaties, but still! One time he jumped in and one arm slipped out and he started going sideways and I had to grab him!"
Amber Enyeart commented, "And when both kids decide to swim in opposite directions and a fight ensues and then you gotta take them both out of the water and put them in time out. No thank you, LMAO." Michele Wierling Brooks stated a few facts. "Just as a little reminder, this is NOT swimming. Teach your kids to swim or at least get to the side as young as possible. Drowning is the second leading cause of death in children. Protect your children."