Summer is over. I'm sorry that I have just ruined it for you, but it's time to face the cold hard facts. The kids are going back to school. It's time to purchase school supplies. Time to go back to the regular routine. All of these things are true, however, there is one thing that … Continue reading Summer is Over, Now What?
Take a dip. (via Parents.com) When non-swimming parents rise above their fears and conquer the water, it sends a powerful and persuasive message to their children that will resonate far beyond the pool. Throughout the learning process, parents and children can work as a team by acting as each other’s biggest cheerleader. “I’ve seen parents who … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Take a dip!
Enroll in a mommy-and-me swimming class. (via Parents.com) These programs, for kids ages 6 to 36 months, introduce swimming in a small and comfortable setting and help toddlers develop the motor skills needed to swim. “Parents don’t have to be swimmers to participate—the pool is very shallow so they just need to stand in the water,” … Continue reading Tuesday Tips: Mommy and Me