Even as the weather cools down in Kansas City, my kids look forward to their swim lessons each week. I’ve shared before why we swim year round, and today I’m going to share some of the benefits of swimming for kids in 2020! Because, as we all know, this is a year unlike any other…
We are officially done with our stay-at-home orders in Kansas, which means a lot of area businesses are opening back up. My kids are especially excited to head back to the pool with Aqua-Tots Olathe. They’ve been taking swim lessons at Aqua-Tots for a couple years now, and really missed swimming while they were closed!
Summer is winding down, as much as I hate to admit it. Colton is already back to preschool and Blair and I are attempting to establish our own little “girl time” routine. Although, if you’ve watched my Instagram Stories, you know how [un]successful that’s been. As a kid–and now, as a mom–one of my favorite parts of summer is swimming! After learning about the benefits of year-round swim lessons, I’ve decided to keep my kids swimming all year long.
One of my family’s favorite summer pastimes is spending time at the pool. We’re lucky to have a pool in our neighborhood, so Colton and I hang out there most days. But, now that I have two little ones, I need them to get some water safety skills ASAP. So, we enrolled in swim lessons, and I wanted to share our experience about what to expect at baby swim lessons to help other parents. Well, and to share some cute photos of my littles in the pool, because why not?