If you’ve taken the kids to the pool or beach this summer, chances are you’ve spent a good amount of time trying to squeeze your kids in and out of wet bathing suits when nature calls. One-piece swimsuits for girls are especially challenging to maneuver when you need to change a diaper or hit the potty, but finally one company has come up with a genius solution and we can’t believe no one thought of this before.

Fasten Swimsuits were invented by two moms, because no one else understands the struggle quite like other parents. Unlike traditional one-piece swimsuits, these have hidden magnetic snaps at the waistband that allow for easy access for diaper changes without having to remove the entire suit.

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If your little ones have graduated to using the toilet, these brilliant moms have even thought ahead to the problem of the bottom flap hanging down into the toilet. The suits also feature hidden magnets in the back so that you can secure the flap while using the potty.

The suits, which also come with built-in UPF 50 sun protection, are available online in sizes to fit babies, toddlers and girls. They retail for $20 to $25, depending on the style. The only question left is, when will they make an adult version?

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—Shahrzad Warkentin

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