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my dd turned 6 a few months ago.  we went bathing suit shopping the other day and she wanted to get a bikini.  we didn't end up getting one because they didn't have any suits in her size (bikini or otherwise)  she doesnt want a tankini, just a bikini. 

just wondering what the thoughts are on wearing a bikini at 6.  i thought it was ok.  i'm more concerned with sun exposure when we go to the beach.. we have spf shirts for the beach.  so the bikini would be just for the backyard sprinkler or the pond.  my dh said no because he doesn't want that much skin exposed and worries about people looking at her.  he's also concerned it would be growing up too fast. 

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Personally, I have no problem with a young child wearing a bikini.  There is nothing inherantly sexual, IMO, about skin.

 

My DD was actually really excited to get a one piece suit when she was a little older than your DD is now.  She was always so thin that two pieces worked better.  Friends of ours who dress their kids modestly also like two piece suits because they are so much easier to get on and off (for potty breaks).


 

 

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We always do two piece suits here b/c it's easier to pee in them.  I have no problem with bikinis for little kids unless they're the triangle top ones.  If the top has decent coverage and the bottom covers as much as their underwear I'm ok.


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We did tankini's or shorts/tops or one pieces until the girls were 15/16 and responsible about it, then they could wear bikini's if they wanted to.


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My mom said she always felt sorry for her childhood friend Jill who always had a two-piece swimsuit and the top always seemed to be riding up on her. I think that might have been part of why she always put us in one-pieces as kids. If the suit fits properly and stays on, I don't see a huge issue with a two-piece for a little kid, but I wouldn't do a string bikini because that does seem like a shout-out to an adult fashion that I don't think is appropriate.

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  so the bikini would be just for the backyard sprinkler or the pond.  my dh said no because he doesn't want that much skin exposed and worries about people looking at her.  he's also concerned it would be growing up too fast. 

 

 

 

Your DH's opinion counts more than the other posters here.

 

My DDs were competitive swimmer for years, so they wore one pieces because they stay on for diving and flip turns. I think the suit staying put for what you plan to do while wearing it is the most important criteria. 

 

As far as modesty, I personally think the actual cut of the suit is more important than if it has one or two pieces -- I've seen tasteful suits both ways, and I've seen bimbo suits both ways.

 

I think finding some common ground for daddy and daughter would be good. They need to talk to each other, or may be go shopping together.


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Your DH's opinion counts more than the other posters here.

 

For sure. 

 

Find out what your DH is ok with. Go shopping. Take pictures - send them to him. Keeping him involved will help validate his opinion. :)

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We usually do tankinis are rec swimming, when DD1 was on the the sim team, it was a one piece of course. She has been asking for over a year for a "real bikini" . I admit to liking my girls to have swimsuits that are not tiny. DD1 is 9 now. We went to the beach for spring break and she desperately wanted a bikini, she tried on suits everywhere we went, but with her thin frame, none fit well. We recently found one at justice that does it her very well, stays put, so I allowed her to buy it. It is rather string bikini like with two triangles. It makes her happy and I have one to realize like another poster mentioned, it is just skin.

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Of course it does. I didn't mean to imply it didn't.
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For a long time I have favored a one piece. DD just turned 4, but we swim a lot.  Partly, yes, I felt like a bikini is too much of a "grown up" look. Maybe it's just me wanting to keep my little girl little. Last year she received a two piece as a gift. It just didn't fit right. A year later she has really grown into and it is actually one of my favorites. It's more a tankini though. And of course, I finally discovered, it's much easier for her to use the bathroom with this suit. I still haven't had her in an actual bikini. One other thing to consider - the less covered, the more sun exposure, so more sunscreen especially on areas that don't see sun often. 

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As far as modesty, I personally think the actual cut of the suit is more important than if it has one or two pieces -- I've seen tasteful suits both ways, and I've seen bimbo suits both ways.

 

 

 

 

Yeah, maybe this is a terminology thing? I think of a bikini as a particular kind of 2-piece suit - 2 triangles for the top and low-cut/high-rise bottoms.  If it's a modesty issue, there are lots of 2-piece suits with more generous covering on top and bottom - tank/sport bra-tops and boy cut shorts. Look around, you can probably find something. There are good reasons to choose a 2-piece. Ease of removal for bathroom is one. Fit is another, if she has a long torso. 

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I won't be getting my kids bikinis (or 2 piece suits, really) because of a combination of my views on modesty, practicality while swimming, and our family's easy-burning skin.  They'll have to wait until they're adults & want to buy their own.  orngtongue.gif  

 

 

I do think, that if you're interested in one, there are a lot of kid-appropriate styles out there in a bikini or two-piece.  A lot of kid clothing stores have pretty decent options - I'd hunt out some things online and show your dh first so he can get more of a sense of what's out there too.  (Might be he's mainly got one idea of a bikini in mind, yk?)   

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I'm really impressed with the quality and choices available from Lands' End. You may find something there that you like.

 

I'm very protective regarding sun exposure, and my kids (boys and the girl) wear swim shirts to the pool.  Only time they can be without is in the sprinkler of the evening at home.

 

And for us, showing that much skin in such an adult way isn't appropriate. I have no problems with people who feel differently.

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dd is 9 and has worn bikinis since she was 5. she wouldnt wear them before that, but at 5 she REALLY wanted a bikini.

 

now i like bikinis because really she can wear them for a longer time than a one piece bathing suit. she doesnt outgrow them that fast. 

 

she does have a bikini, a tankini and a one piece. 

 

however my philosophy is - if a man wants to look at a child they will do so no matter what. bikini or no bikini. 

 

that is why i find bikinis are ok. 

 

however i think dd is going into the modesty phase and is wearing her bikinis not too often these days. 

 

where sun is concerned however i worry more about the mountains and snow than water. 

 

both dd and me burn more easily on snow on a sunny day. even covered in layers those are the times we have to use sun block or actually burn in just one afternoon. 


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however my philosophy is - if a man wants to look at a child they will do so no matter what. bikini or no bikini. 

 

that is why i find bikinis are ok. 

 

 

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Personally, I have no problem with a young child wearing a bikini.  There is nothing inherantly sexual, IMO, about skin.

 

 

 

I agree with this. My 2 y/o wears a bikini.  Many kids dd's age are completely naked on the beach in Europe where I come from. This has nothing to do with modesty. She couldn't care less, and if there are sick people out there they will look at kids bikini or no bikini.

 

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I prefer it if dd wears it now at a young age. I'll want her to be modest when she is older. She has baby fat and it actually looks cute on her.


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I prefer it if dd wears it now at a young age. I'll want her to be modest when she is older. She has baby fat and it actually looks cute on her.

 

This was totally how we viewed it too.  Now that DD is 13, DP has way more of a problem with DD in a two piece swimsuit (or short shorts or skirt) than he did 10 years ago!


 

 

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I don't have a problem with naked kids at all but some bikinis are more sexualising than nudity. I don't like to see a 5 year old dressed like an 18 year old hottie. However, more importantly, it's a lot more work to keep a child from burning when their upper thighs, hips, tummy and back are exposed. I just keep my 2 year old in a sun suit. Any time it's warm enough to swim it's warm enough to burn where I live. However, I wouldn't mind her wearing a little girl style bikini at the indoor pool when she's older. 

 

Something like this I would be fine with -http://www.amazon.com/Hartstrings-Girls-Little-Ruffled-Bikini/dp/B007KIZ6UO/ref=sr_1_30?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1340208341&sr=1-30&keywords=child+swimsuit

 

But not this -http://www.amazon.com/Hurley-Banded-Halter-Bottom-Swimwear/dp/B0058XE05U/ref=sr_1_52?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1340208616&sr=1-52&keywords=child+swimsuit

 

It's very subjective of course. 

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I don't have a problem with naked kids at all but some bikinis are more sexualising than nudity. I don't like to see a 5 year old dressed like an 18 year old hottie.


 

It's very subjective of course. 

I agree. It feels so weird to put a bra on my almost 3 y/o. If it were for me, I would just put a bikini bottom on her. But I don't want other kids to make fun of her or an adult to be "offended".


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At our house: 

 

two piece=yes. I love rash guard shirts and boy shorts, or tankinis.  Comfortable, functional, win all over.

 

 

triangle/string bikini=no. I think to myself - why do grown up women wear triangle bikinis?  Not really primarily for comfort or function, you risk a wardrobe malfunction if you get too active.  It's to look good, and look appealing.  To look sexy.  And there's nothing wrong with that if that's what you want to do as a grown person who is capable of being in sexual relationships.  I don't want that to be a consideration for my kid until they are at an age where sexuality comes into play. That's my objection to "sexy" or "adult" clothes on little kids (well, little girls, let's be realistic).  It has nothing to do with whatever pervy creep might be around gawking at my kid, cause she could be wearing overalls for all they care.  It has to do with the mindset of why do you purchase a piece of clothing.  Comfort and function come first, for a little kid.  Fashion comes second.  Looking hot comes a way distant third, when they are starting to contemplate sexual relationships. 

 

Some may say I'm reading too much into clothing.  I go on seasonal school clothes shopping rants about why little girl's shorts have a half inch inseams and are tight, and little boy's shorts have a 4- inch inseam and have room to move.  Why little girls' jeans are skinny/boot cut/low rise, and little boys are relaxed fit/carpenter.  Why little girls' bathing suits are minimally and strategically placed, and boy's board shorts are practically coulottes - ever seen a pair of Speedo swim briefs in a boy's section of a regular clothing store? 

 

But maybe I think too much about it. 

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We got DD a two piece (tankini, but still showed significant tummy) when she was about 4.5.  And it was PURELY practical.  She frequently found that immediately after getting into the pool, she needed to pee. LOL  And peeling the wet suit off her, and then trying to put it back on, was difficult and uncomfortable, and she needed help.  So we got her this one because she can just pull down the bottoms and while still sticky, a lot easier than trying to shimmy a wet suit back up her body.

 

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Bikini's are just easier to deal with when they're little.  However it all depends on how you both feel about it.  Sometimes the one pieces look boring to little people I'd look for something that comes with a fun skirt or extra sparkles or something.  Only time I ever got my oldest in a one piece it was because it came with a frilly skirt. 

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I'll come out and admit it: I hate kiddo bikinis.

I just don't like them at all. They're super-popular, so I know the issue is just mine. FWIW, I also don't like many dance costumes and I REALLY dislike makeup on kids. I don't think it's a sexualization thing so much as an emphasis on physical appearance and being "cute" that makes me uncomfortable. But to be honest, my feelings on this are so visceral, I couldn't really tell you clearly where they come from.

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you know something... until my dd wanted it I hadnt realised how big makeup/bikini and other things were to me in my head. i looked at it as sexualising - typically like 'little miss sunshine'.... till i had a child who challenged all that.

 

why do we look at all of it as sexualizing? isnt that what we adults do to our kids to put them on those shows?

 

how about kids who want to - to copy mommy and others around her.

 

why should they not use makeup?

 

why not bikinis?

 

why not blouses with their midriff showing?

 

and you know who asked me these questions - my own child at 5.  and i thought hey that IS right. so i went and got her lighter make up to use in public (i explained to her how i didnt want people commenting on her)...

 

result even before the month was out - she was done with make up and midriff showing. for a month she religiously put on makeup every single time she went out - lip gloss, rouge and eyeshadow.

 

now she does it once in a blue while. 


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Eh, my kids would love to drive (and do lots of other "grownup stuff"), but that's something they also have to wait to do until they're older and more mature.  Copying mom/other people around them is not a compelling reason for me to agree to my kids doing anything....plus, I don't wear makeup or bikinis, so she wouldn't be getting the idea from me. ;)   Actually now that I think about it I had a bikini top once that I'd wear on super hot days when I went to a local park to hang out and read.  

 

Clothing is becoming more an issue about the inequity between the genders and what that's saying about what's valuable about each, to me. 


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My kids have always had two-piece suits, although I don't know if any have fit the definiton of "bikini." They are tankini or sporty things. But two piece and showing skin. I find it more practical for potty breaks, and my kids are tall so they fit better.
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Clothing is becoming more an issue about the inequity between the genders and what that's saying about what's valuable about each, to me. 

in the adult world - yes. in the child's world - NO. they just want to try it out. i see no harm in that.

 

and yeah neither do i wear a bikini or use makeup or even have tattoos. but yes they are around. if you gave my 2 year old a marker she'd draw all over herself as tattoos. why is that wrong? why is her wanting makeup wrong?

 

and yes i have the problem with tankinis too. dd is tall and they turn into bikinis for her too.

 

and yes she did want to drive too at 2 but realised she couldnt. at 5 she refuses because she understood how dangerous a car could be. now at almost 10 she wished she lived on a farm so she could learn how to drive since she can reach the pedals.


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This.  I like two pieces for toilet use, and we've pretty much always had my daughter in a two piece for that reason.


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We don't do bikini's here.  From a young age I have been teaching my children about modesty and respecting their bodies.  (This applies to us.  I don't judge other parents decisions at all)  I don't worry about predators but I do worry about their views about themselves.  I can't even shop anymore for my 9 and 8yo's because I can't find anything to cover their butts!  I was walking around a store looking for Christmas dresses and just couldn't find any.  I asked someone and they pointed at what I thought was a shirt!  I will be making their skirts and sundresses this year. 

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No bikinis here, either. I don't mind two pieces but my idea of a two piece is a tankini and rash guard shorts. I prefer they are more modest in their attire, both swimming and living daily life.

I never had a problem as a kid going pee in a one piece, and one pieces were all I wore. Doesn't anyone know the secret of pulling the crotch panel off to the side and peeing that way? You don't have to take the whole suit off. LOL!
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