We are two mothers of handsome Max and Anton and gorgeous Sophia. When they were born, as every other mother, we found bath time to be a nerve wrecking experience. Handling a tiny, slippery and crying baby was not an easy task. It was a stressful time for us and definitely not a very enjoyable experience for our babies until the day we discovered neck swimming rings. The thought of putting the rings over our babies’ tiny necks and letting them swim freely in the water put us in a cold sweat but only until we saw the babies moving freely in the water and clearly enjoying themselves.
The very first smiles our babies gave us – were during the swimming time with the neck swimming rings. The bath time became the highlight of the day the whole family enjoyed. From now on, the only tears we shared during the bath time – were our happy tears seeing our little ones developing new swimming techniques and laughing out loud.
Pleasant surprises continue beyond the bath time – after the swimming sessions, our babies happily slept for a long time giving us some precious
time to relax! Our personal recommendation – use Abuba neck swimming rings in the evening so you and the baby can enjoy a good long healthy sleep so needed to parents those first several months.
We recommended it to our friends and their babies loved it as well. That was enough proof for us. We got together with UK product designers and testing and certification experts to bring the neck swimming rings
to the EU standards to develop a product of the highest quality and meeting the most stringent safety standards. We, as all mothers, want only the best for babies!
We took our rings on holidays, to the swimming pools and even used it in the sea. Have a look at the movies of our babies enjoying the freestyle swimming here.
It’s a safe, practical and very enjoyable way to teach your baby to love water, to help them develop the basic swimming skills and provide them with the physical development so important at the beginning of their lives.
Have a look at how happy Maxim is swimming in a pool: