How do you know if your child needs a wetsuit?  Here are some “‘signs” to look for…chattering teeth, blue lips, and shivering. Your child may tell you that he does not want to go back to swim lessons. You get the picture. Some children get cold faster than others. These are just the facts. Here are some things to consider. In group lessons, children need to wait and take turns and probably will be hanging onto the wall for a period of time; little movement leads to chilly little bodies. When children get out of the water to jump or dive into the pool, again needing to take turns, the kids are going to get cold. A wetsuit will keep your child warmer, so…