It's vacation time! Woohoo!
We're going to the beach for a glorious week of sun, surf, sand, and hopefully I can finally make some headway in my book.
But I have a question. What do I do with my daughter's pump at the beach?
When we're at the pool she either wears her pump if she's out of the water, or I put it in my cooler while she's swimming.
But at the beach I envision rolling around in the sand, digging holes, making sand castles, running to and from the water, sometimes going in, sometimes not.
I've heard that using the little clip to close off the site when the pump is removed is good for keeping sand and grit out. But I'm kind of nervous about getting sand in the pump itself.
Would you suggest just keeping the pump in the cooler and checking her number and bolusing accordingly, say, once an hour?
Should I somehow wrap it in a zip-lock bag or plastic wrap, with the tubing sticking out for when she's wearing it?
Any insight would be appreciated.