Is My Baby Ready For Swimming Lessons?

From the moment of conception, unborn babies have been swimming inside their mother’s womb. So, floating comes naturally for them. It becomes a reflex to move their arms and legs and even hold their breath in the water.

As young as they are, toddlers or so, parents should enroll their kids to swimming classes as it helps develop their strength, coordination, alertness, and water confidence. Provided with baby wetsuit and other safety measures, the learning becomes more fun for them especially if you are swimming altogether as the parent-child interaction increases. This also gives you, as parents, the awareness on water safety.

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