Swim suits aren't the only things. I am getting so tired of seeing little short-shorts for girls, especially with writing on the back of them. Why, oh why are we encouraging people to look our children's behinds to read what is written on them and showing off our girl's cleavage even before they have any? Oh Christian ladies, let us not forget the instruction of the Word.
1 Tim 2:9 Likewise, I want women to adorn themselves with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly NASB
I think I may have found a compromise. It isn't as modest as I would like it to be, but it is a bathing suit, so I gotta give it that. I wish the tank was longer but the non form fitting tanks float around while swimming anyway and this one will not. I also wish it didn't have a V-Neck shape but rather went across the top evenly but it did not look too revealing on her.
Do note that I am showing the swiming suit and not my child IN the swim suit. That is because the internet if full of evil and vile people. Please, do not post pictures of your children on blogs or especially on Facebook that have them in swim suits or especially partially clothed or naked in the bathtub. I read an article the other day, Kids raped...on Facebook, that just made very sick but I know it's true. I have known it was true and will be more vigilant to make sure that whatever I do online is modest, ESPECIALLY where children are concerned. Here is a short video story if you don't want to read the entire article.
Let's be careful with our children by teaching them to be modest and then protecting them from people who might harm them. There is a also campaign to help stop child porn on Facebook if you are interested in being proactive.