When in the water—RELAX! Your child can sense when you’re feeling tense. It is important to encourage smiles, laughs and maintain a positive tone with your voice so that you are projecting positive…
So, school is starting… FINALLY! How many of you have been dying for a way to get these kids out of the house?
We all know how important swim lessons are. They have many benefits physically, socially, and emotionally! But what about open swim time, where kids can have free-play in a non-structured environment? That has some great benefits, too!
We all know how important it is to watch your children while they swim, or why it’s necessary to teach your children important rules about going around pools, but what about water safety in your home?
So, you’re growing another human. That’s like, a superpower, right? Heck yes, it is!
What are the first things you think of when you’re about to take your family swimming in a pool or at the beach? It’s easy to think of the fun things, such as water toys, snacks, and your camera. What about all the potential dangers in and around the water, or what to do if something does happen?
Fall and Winter – all that’s on most people’s mind are pumpkin spiced lattes and Christmas shopping. Why on earth would we be in winter swim lessons?
We’ve seen it all – a child is ready to get into the pool and BAM – the crying begins. They realize that this new experience is filled with unfamiliar sensations, sounds, and people, all without mom!?