Small Circle Floats in Resort Pools?
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I didn't think they allowed rings because it could obstruct seeing the bottom of the pool. But I've used pool noodles.
For toddlers who can't swim, water wings may be safer. They could slip thru a ring.
I have a baby float that I just used on my trip 2 weeks ago. It is one that has the bottom that the little one's feet go through but is not an actual ring that she could slip all the way through. My DS just uses a swim vest or arm floats. I like the pool noodles for myself. Also DH is always with one kid while I stay with the other so neither is ever away from one of us.
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