Wordless Wednesday – Her First Lesson

With summer in full swing I thought it best to have the Little Miss take swimming lessons. I must say she hated every minute of them. She cried, drank the water, threw the water up and started all over – for eight days! Now, I will ease your mind, that was three weeks ago and today she is a jumping, swimming, fun-loving water bug. I really wasn’t sure if she would ever get in the water after those lessons, but she LOVES the pool.

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9 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Her First Lesson

  1. DavisC says:

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  2. Tiffany says:

    She looks like she is having a blast! I’m on the fence still about doing swimming lessons, but as my daughter loves the water so much, I think we’ll probably go ahead with them this fall.

    Stopping by from Angry Julie Monday linkup.

    • When my son took lessons he wasn’t quite two, and by the end of the two weeks he was jumping off of the diving board and swimming half way across the pool. I think they are all a little apprehensive in the beginning.

  3. mooney=mc2 says:

    We need to get our toddler into lessons as well. I was wondering if he would hate it, though he loves the water, he wouldn’t be happy to be on his back etc. Good to know your waterbug bounced back from the lessons she didn’t enjoy to still love the water! Happy WW

    • Little Miss hated every minute of it, and started crying when we turned onto the street, but … she got over it very quickly. I have found the best swim teachers are the ones that are teachers by trade. My son’s swim teacher taught 3rd grade during the fall and spring and swim lessons during the summer. My daughter’s swim teacher is a retired school teacher as well. I bet your son will do great.

  4. dumbmom says:

    Good for you two for sticking it out! I totally would thrown in the towel.

  5. Harriet says:

    That totally brings back some memories. :)

    Have a great day!
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2011/07/hot-hot-hot/

  6. Love it!!! So great that she is learning to swim early.

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