How Swimming Can Help You Outside of the Pool

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Kate Everall

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  1. Claire Evans says:

    Great post. I found the same. My youngest used to hate having her hair washed and getting in a shower but now loves it thanks to lessons. 🙂

  2. Claire at Tin Box Traveller says:

    Our girls love going to the pool but we haven’t done any formal lessons with them. I wish there was something lie this near us in Devon!

  3. My youngest is a natural water baby and has been having lessons since 6 weeks. She adores the water and it’s definitely her highlight of the week when it comes to lesson time!

  4. Plutonium Sox says:

    This is a great post. I totally agree, swimming can benefit them in so many different ways. I was a competitive swimmer as a child and still haven’t got over my competitive instinct 😉

  5. Swimming is just so important – it’s the one thing I’m really happy to pay for each week/month and it really does teach you important life skills – not just the skill of actually swimming x

  6. Jen Walshaw says:

    I have two water babies and they are both competent swimmers now. I put that down to going swimming weekly from 6 weeks old. it is so important especially as they get hardly any lesson at school now.

  7. We took Snappy swimming for the first time today – he enjoyed it and didn’t cry at all when he got water in his face. Hopefully, he’ll not want to stand up in the bath so much now….

  8. Mummy Times Two says:

    Baby swimming is definitely one of the best things we’ve done with our little man. It reaches them so many new skills.

  9. HelpfulMum says:

    I have two water babies and they are definitely stronger swimmers than I will ever be.

  10. Jade - Raising the Rings says:

    Both my kiddos love swimming and we’ve done it since they were young. It’s a great hobby and it teaches them lots of things, but more importantly it can save their lives! Puddle Ducks sounds fab, although we don’t have them round here sadly x

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