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Huggies and Juicy Juice Want You to Dive Into Summer!

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School is not quite out, but that doesn't mean Moms can't start preparing for days by the pool. And since we know that a busy Mom's summer days are usually anything but "lazy", The Walmart 11Moms have teamed up with Huggies Little Swimmers and Juicy Juice to give you a super way to prepare and unwind.

Packing for the pool is a bit of a pain, so we're giving you a head-start with a chance to win a fabulous pool bag, packed with products from these high-quality, and family-friendly brands. We've been so excited to receive our bag, loaded with items like:

NESTLÉ® JUICY JUICE®
All Natural 100% Juice

HUGGIES® LITTLE SWIMMERS® Disposable Swimpants
Protect in the water without swelling up like diapers do

HUGGIES® LITTLE SWIMMERS® Continuous Spray Mist
Provides uniform, broad-spectrum protection from the sun’s harmful rays
Plus towels, a sippy, cup and so much more!

We've also got some pertinent tips for parents to know when taking little ones out in the sun:

Load up the lotion!
Always apply sunscreen 15 minutes before heading outdoors. Be sure to reapply after towel drying, swimming or sweating.

Keep your cool.
When you’re at the pool, make sure your little ones take frequent shade breaks. Along with sunscreen, tote along an oversized umbrella and plenty of juice to keep them hydrated.

Make the water big fun!
Keep the encouragement coming! Praise your little learner for every kick, splash and underwater bubble.

Do you have some tips to share with us? What are your favorite summer-fun safety suggestions? Just share them here on this post by May 20th, 2009 and you'll be entered to win a pool bag with tons of swag from Huggies and Juicy Juice! You may enter one time per day. Giveaways are subject to complete site rules. (Be sure to give us a way to reach you if you win, and remember that we will never use your email or contact info for anything other than to send your prize.) Good luck!

You can also enter this giveaway at the other 11Moms sites by visiting the official Dive Into Summer Promotion page.


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115 comments

  1. Drink lots of fluid!

    K. C.
    kccuties(at)gmail(Dot)com

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  2. i always have a hat handy to sheild my baby's head!


    thx!

    picketfence_cartel@hotmail.com

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  3. Sunscreen! Its so easy to get burned!

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  4. Sunglasses lotion hat towel water and im good to go.Thanks lilsheltie@yahoo.com

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  5. Keep popsicles in reach to help keep cool!
    sblilly14(@)yahoo(.)com

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  6. I love the baby einstein face sunscreen for infants/toddlers!

    thx!

    picketfence_cartel@hotmail.com

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  7. I always keep sunscreen in all of my bags and extra in the car so we are never without it! We tend to head to the beach at least twice a week during the summer so we go through a lot. Great giveaway!

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  8. a Hat and lots of water!!! Thanks

    hmahan_0529 @yahoo dot com

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  9. Try to stay out of the sun during the "prime" hours of 10am - 2pm.
    And definitely have sunblock ready!!! THANKS!
    mycreativecontainers(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  10. I hate the feeling of sunscreen on my hands. I use the stick on the kids faces and use spray to do the rest of their bodies. I think it helps when they play in the sand too.

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  11. I am a big believer of wearing hats and sunscreen. I schedule outside playtime for early morning before the sun beams bright. I carry water bottles everywhere we go.

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  12. Don't forget to put sunscreen on YOURSELF too! Two weekends ago we went to a ball game, I slathered the kids in SPF but my own shoulders got broiled.

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  13. Kristy HostetlerMay 16, 2009 at 12:41 AM

    I like to bring a few extra juice boxes, frozen, so that the kids have a nice cool drink when were all done! Nothing tastes better to them than an ice cold juicy/slushy!
    They also work well for any minor sunburns that may have popped up, cheeks, forehead, shoulders, etc!

    jellibeenz1978@hotmail.com

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  14. Limit the number of older kids in the pool area.
    alicia75136@yahoo.com

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  15. Plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses and don't take your eyes of the little ones for even a second. Thanks for the chance.

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  16. I have my daughter wear sunglasses to protect her eyes from harmful rays.

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  17. Always wear a US Coast Guard approved life jacket when on a lake, river or ocean while boating, water skiing, jet skiing or tubing. mverno@roadrunner.com

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  18. This may sound stupid, but don't dig deep holes at the beach (no deeper then your knees)- it's dangerous and many people die when the walls collapse of a deeper hole.

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  19. Purchase a pair of small foldable flip-flops with soft case and carry them in your purse, or leave them in your car. Then you can stop for impromptu beach visits whenever you want because the feetsies won't get burnt. My kids LOVE surprise visits to the water.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  20. Everyone should wear at least a 15 spf sun screen!

    japanesechinmommy@yahoo.com

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  21. I always put a T shirt on the little one when swimming and of course sun screen!

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  22. My #1 saftey tip is to never ever leave kids playing in the pool unattended.Then of course always wear sunscreen and drink plenty of fluids

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  23. I like to keep sunscreen stashed everywhere so we can never forget to apply it to our kids and us...my purse, tote bags, etc.

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  24. We always have SIGG's filled with water and sunscreen with us. Also, if near a pool, eyes must be on children at all times.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  25. I always keep a hat and sunglass with me in the car for my littleone

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  26. Get your kids to love wearing sunglasses and hats. You'll save their eyesight when they get older! Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize pack! (krstrpp at hotmail dot com)

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  27. I always keep sunsceen and lots of water and juice on hand. That way, the kids are always protected and have fluids on hand while playing outdoors. Thanks!

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  28. Never go out without sunblock.

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  29. My tips, keep liquids on you always for the kiddos! Always apply sunscreen, even if it's cloudy! I'd love this for my son!!! Great giveaway! Hope to win!
    kristi2bsb@Yahoo.com

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  30. Use sunscreen everytime your kids go out!
    Elizabeth
    mrsgerbil@hotmail.com

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  31. Life Jacket, sunscreen Spf 50, and juicyjucie in orange flavor! Thanks for a GREAT giveaway =)

    clemensrhonda@hotmail.com

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  32. Suncreen, hats, lots of water, and bandaids are necessities!

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  33. I always put my kids in closed to sandals in the summer. I find that they are not a tripping hazzard like the open toe ones.

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  34. Wear a hat and lather up the sunscreen!!

    Thanks for the chance!

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  35. always watch your children around the pool or beach......NO MATTER WHAT THEIR AGE.......summer has barely began..and already a 12yr old ,in my area has drowned.....

    cpsnsamples@aol.com

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  36. jackie1501@frontiernet.netMay 17, 2009 at 12:25 PM

    sunscreen, sunscreen, and more sunscreen.

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  37. sunscreen and fluids!

    baller19822002@yahoo.com

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  38. always use sunsceen

    aumissal@gmail.com

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  39. Put sunscreen on even when it's not sunny!
    Thanks
    Sarah
    believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

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  40. I have used the rubber strips and shapes you use in a bath tub on the bottom of kiddie pools (especially the slick inflatable ones) so the little ones won't slip, especially when getting in or out.

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  41. Sunscreen, sunscreen,and more sunscreen! I don't think it can be said enough. Also, don't try to rehydrate with sugary drinks. Thanks!

    sherri419 at gmail dot com

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  42. Take it from a Floridian.
    Noxema cold cream helps ALOT with sunburn. Just leave it on.

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  43. I think one of the most important things is using sunscreen. We need to protect our kids.

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  44. We always try to avoid sun during the brightest part of the day. So we either go first thing in the morning or wait until late afternoon. Thanks.

    pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  45. Wearing shades isnt just fashionable!

    picketfence_cartel@hotmail.com

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  46. I like to put my neice in her slash guard it covers more skin!

    japanesechinmommy@yahoo.com

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  47. jackie1501@frontiernet.netMay 18, 2009 at 4:42 AM

    bring plenty of snacks

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  48. Drink lots of water!

    teenytig@sbcglobal.net

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  49. I use sun stickers that change the color when my son has been in the sun too long, he can even tell when its time to get out by the color change!

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  50. I have to look for those sun color changing stickers. I let my boys loose with good old fashioned squirt guns - not the blaster kind. It is a great way to stay cool and have fun on a hot day

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  51. ALWAYS supervise kids by the water, make sure they know how to swim, plenty of fluids and sunscreen,

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  52. We keep hydrated with plenty of water, and always carry hats,sunscreen and sunglasses with us for Park and Beach use. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  53. Don't forget to put sunscreen on their ears!

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  54. Always bring extra water and don't go in the water too soon after eating.

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  55. Here's a tip I learned in the Middle East -- on a very HOT sunny day, it may be cooler to take a white long sleeved shirt to the beach to wear for the hottest part of the day. Most days in the Middle East I had to wear long clothes, but one day I went to the beach, and was MISERABLE wishing I had my lightweight long sleeved t-shirt to protect me from the heat.

    And dont' forget to put sunscreen on the top of your head! I got burnt bad there in the Middle East, and when it peeled, it looked nasty!

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  56. I would love the chance to win, thanks.
    erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

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  57. Thank you for a great giveaway. Always use sunscreen and drink lots and lots of water. Thank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  58. Drink lots of water! It's important to keep hydrated.
    pleaseundress@yahoo.com

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  59. We always carry extra water and sunscreen in the car -- you never know when you are going to either or both!

    marielay@gmail.com

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  60. Drink plenty of water, put a sunscreen frequently and be in the shade between 11h and 3h

    ktanjatk(at)gmail(dot)com

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  61. jackie1501@frontiernet.netMay 19, 2009 at 3:52 PM

    sunglasses among other things.

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  62. Arbonne's baby sunscreen is the best for kids

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  63. If we go to a public park or beach, we spend a few minutes looking around for broken glass and other objects that can ruin the day!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  64. Our kids have fair skin so we use lots of sunscreen and hats around here!

    jnkrim (at) qwestoffice (dot) net

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  65. I am extra alert when I take my granddaughters to the park - especially if there are dogs nearby.

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  66. mosquito spray after the dun goes down them things are getting bad.

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  67. I also use the stickers that turn colors when my daughter needs more sunscreen. I originally found out about these as a sample on a pack of huggies swimmers.

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  68. Lots of sunscreen, and kids not allowed in the pool without floaties & an adult.

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  69. We take lots of bottled water, and juice so everyone stays hydrated in the heat. And we always have those mini fans with us.





    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  70. Sport sunscreen is great because you don't have to reapply as often and it is not as greasy lezanac@yahoo.com

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  71. I like to keep an ice chest in the car with water,juice,etc.. so we will never be without something to drink while traveling

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  72. Sunscreen and agua are required.

    kneecree at gmail dot com

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  73. Safety at water parks- never run in flip flops and check the area, grassways as well as swimming areas for objects that can hurt your feet. wombatspurple at yahoo dot com

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  74. Whatever you do for your kids - keeping them hydrated, shade, hats - you should do too! If you faint from heat exhaustion what's your little one to do?

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  75. Sunscreen is a must and have fun

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  76. We stay out of the sun when it's high.

    stormraven at gmail dot com

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  77. jackie1501@frontiernet.netMay 20, 2009 at 6:21 AM

    I always try to keep my kids busy over the summer, they get bored too quickly.

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  78. I think it's great to stay hydrated and juice can be a great way to do that. I prefer to lead with water when it comes to hydration however.

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  79. We make sure to bring a lot of snacks, and bottled water! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  80. I always keep a first aid kit with me.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  81. Suncsreen and lots of water and juice keep us going in the summer

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  82. Lots of sunscreen and fluids!

    jenniferyoung at comcast dot net

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  83. Use sunscreen on your children. Have plenty of fluids available, garrettsambo@aol.com

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  84. Begin teaching water safety and awareness at a young age to keep kids safe near water!

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  85. even little scalps get sunburned make sure the little one wears a sun hat :)

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  86. My tip is lots of sunscreen and to remember to reapply it after being in water or sweating alot. Even if it is waterproof. You can't be too careful! Also try and take breaks if you are going to be outside a lot and drink a lot of water to stay hydrated!
    ilovebabynoah707@yahoo.com

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  87. always have water on hand especially after a hot day at the playground, thanks

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  88. We take water along, and we take long sleeve shirts and I even bring a regular small rain umbrella for the sun.

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  89. Sunblock--don't leave home without it!

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  90. sunglasses! many people underestimate the need for shading the eyes in the sun. neenee838@yahoo.com

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  91. two of our most important summer tips in our home is staying hydrated and using sunscreen!

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  92. PIck swimming pools with lifeguards.
    Use sunblock and bug spray.
    Don't swim in areas that are known for hosting bad bacteria!

    strycker@slu.edu

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  93. Always wear sunscreen, reapply often and stay hydrated

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  94. We spend lots of time at the lake

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  95. Plenty of water, sunscreen and light snacks like apples or raisins for energy. Cotton tees, hats and sunglasses to protect eyes and skin along with your SPF 15 or higher sunscreen. Life jackets if your on open water. Floaties if the kids are in the pool

    Know who the adults are who around your kids. It goes without saying that you should never take your eyes off your children.

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  96. My summer fun safety tip is to be careful when barefoot so that you don't step on bees.

    penguinchick@comcast.net

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  97. I like to bring along an empty water bottle so it's ready

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  98. Keep hydrated! When you're sweating, you have no idea how much water you're losing. It's easy to get dehydrated quickly.

    Also, SUNSCREEN! Please! I've had SO many sunburns as a child/teen. It's just not worth it.

    If you can, get a sun shirt that blocks the UV rays. You use a LOT less sunscreen!

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  99. A summer time tip of mine is to be sure you have your little emergency kit ready for those little accidents!

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  100. use sunscreen and keep everyone hydrated.

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  101. Definately a hat, and sunscreen are the way to go!

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  102. Would love this with two this summer!!

    blondnfiesty at yahoo dot com

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  103. I always apply the sun lotion before we get to the pool so the kids already have it on when we get there. Once they get there they're so eager to run off so it's easier this way :)

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  104. we always use sunscreen and wear a hat.

    mckenziesmother@hotmail.com

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  105. The 2 MOST important things are to stay hydrated and to limit sun exposure.

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  106. We are careful to limit time in the sun

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  107. Thanks for the contest!
    bahjeep@aol.com

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  108. SUNscreen is the biggest tip, plus hats & sunglasses whennot in the pool!
    Got to protect your eyes too!

    Lots of fluids......lite meals & snack.
    Big tip also is to carry a little kit with bandaides & medicines.
    We try to not be outdoors in direct heat between 11-2 when it's the hottest.
    Watch the local news or check internet for the UV Ray Index.

    zestywonderland@gmail.com

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  109. Sugar free icee pops are the best for a hot Florida summer treat, and don't forget the sunscreen, I am only 38 and have had 2 skincancers surgically removed and over 20 burned off.

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  110. One safety tip for summer is to have a medical safety kit handy in your car and beach bag.

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  111. Use the buddy system when swimming.

    lilyk@mail2world.com

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  112. Drink plenty of fluids.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  113. I love the swimsuits w/ SPF!!

    picketfence_cartel@hotmail.com

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