Not yet, but I want to start Reece in a swimming program. My husband and I both swim and we'd like for Reece to enjoy it as much as we do. Glad Brielle enjoyed her first lesson...here's to many more happy lessons!!!
What a great idea, I dont have Addy in classes but I do take her to the Y, last Summer she like it, and I didnt want her scared of it since we have a pool and spend most of our summer outside in it, she has to be a pool bum with us! She enjoys the water too.
Brielle will be our first olympian swimmer! We will have such talent with our group!
i know this is an old thread anyhoo
alister started waterbabies at 6mnths, goes once a week still! in his last term :( then he moves on to the toddler group :) they do lots of underwater swimming he really enjoys it!
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