The Mister is an avid swimmer. He swims minimum 1 mile every morning at 5 AM in our local springs. I enjoy swimming, we spent a lot of time as a couple participating in water sports from canoeing, scuba diving, white water rafting, floating the rivers in inner tubes and exploring local swimming holes. It only seems natural that Baby D would love the water and learn to swim as early as possible. I was thrilled when a local blogger friend told me that her little one was attending free swim class at the local Emler Swim School. I got out my phone immediately and looked up the local class schedule and signed Baby D up.
Statistics show that the number one cause of accidental death in children under the age of five is drowning. I don’t know a parent who would not take advantage of the opportunity for their little one to learn to swim early on. Emler Swim School offers a variety of classes for all ages, from two months through adult. Baby D started Bathtime Babies class when he was two months old, he’ll finish this class in a few months, and will start with the next level, Water Babies, at the end of January.
Emler Swim School focuses on teaching song association with activity while in the water. Each child recognizes what activity is coming based off of the song, what a fun way to learn to swim. Make sure you follow us on Instagram and HERE on the blog to see how our class is going!
Does your family love the water too? Where is your favorite place to swim and play?
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Disclaimer: this is a sponsored post by Emler Swim School. All opinions are my own and Baby D’s of course.