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Bring BABY SPA to your own comfort home with Little Baby Pod™
Little Baby Pod™ is suitable for babies as young as 1 month old. It came with a cute little neck flotation device called a Bubby (Neck Float) that they can either paddle around with their arms and legs, or float peacefully on their backs.
Swimming promote your babies' physical growth and mental development. Each swim session provides a complete physical work-out (by moving their arms while kicking their legs), strengthening your baby's heart and lungs and in turn aiding development of the brain.
Studies demonstrate that spending time in the water helps babies become more self-confident and intelligent as well as strengthening of the immune systemand endorphin stimulation. Being in the water engages your baby’s tiny body in a completely unique way, creating billions of new neurons as your sweetie kicks, glides, and smacks at the water.
With Little Baby Pod™, your baby can enjoy all above mentioned benefits at your door step. Never worry about hygiene and dirty water, never worry about spending so much for each sessions done outside.
Do it really help my baby in their development?
Face it, there isn’t a lot of activities your 1 month old can do for exercising besides lying in the cot and waking up to be fed. Baby swimming is completely natural; having spent months surrounded by fluid in the womb, babies have a real affinity with water.
The first year of a life is crucial in terms of their development, as it is in this period that their brain grows most rapidly. Regular exercise plays a vital role in this, with every movement they make helping to strengthen their brain for new learning.
My baby is only 1 month old, can he or she use it?
Yes, you can bring your babies for a swim right from the age of 1 month old.
How long should I put my baby in Baby Little Pod?
For the first time, we recommend 10 to 15 minutes. Subsequently and with experience, tolerance and strength will develop and your baby will be able to enjoy sessions in the water for up to 30 minutes.
What should be the ideal temperature?
You can set water temperature between 34°C and 37°C which is best suited for babies’ delicate skin.
How much earlier should I feed my baby before he/she goes into the water?
Twenty minutes between a feed and a floatation session is ideal however due to your baby’s age or for practical reasons there is no problem with your baby going into the water straight after a feed; she/he will not be moving around too vigorously at the start.
So why don't we just take babies out to the pool instead?
No, you can't do that because due to their delicate immune systems, doctors typically recommend that parents keep their babies from chlorinated pools or lakes until they’re about 6 months old!