A few months ago, my wife and I decided to start a new baby swim program.
We wanted to give the baby the best possible swim experience and teach him how to safely swim with a parent and partner.
The first lesson was held on a small lake in our backyard.
When I opened my swimming goggles, I saw a baby sitting on a little floating boat.
It was a pretty cool sight to see, and the best part of the day was the water.
We decided to bring a group of friends to watch the kids play.
The next day, we set out for a new one.
I had always loved swimming in a water park.
This was our chance to experience something new.
Our swim instructor, a swim coach, and I spent the day teaching our little boy how to swim with another baby.
I brought my wife along to watch, too, to make sure we were following the rules of the water and staying within our comfort zones.
In the water, my son was able to keep up with the other children.
While our toddler was swimming, we noticed that the water temperature was a bit cooler than normal.
At first, we thought it was because he was playing, but we soon learned that he was just using his mouth.
After the lesson, we watched our baby swim in the lake while I took my hand off the steering wheel and headed for the front door.
My husband followed behind, so I was the one in the water while he stood still.
Soon, he was at the bottom of the lake and I was still behind him.
There was a long line of little girls, and they were looking at the pool with amazement.
“That was amazing,” I said to my husband.
“They all said, ‘We just saw you in the pool!'”
I said to myself, “Well, I guess we are still going to the water park.”
We headed back out to the pool to watch our little boys swim.
He was able in just a few minutes to swim to the bottom and I watched him for the next 15 minutes.
During this time, we took lots of pictures.
That was a good time to take photos of our little baby in the tub.
I wanted to show him that he wasn’t the only baby in this pool.
I took some photos of my little boy in the middle of the pool and he looked so cute.
We shared some photos with the kids, and then my husband took pictures of our baby in a pool.
Once we finished with our water-play session, we headed back to our house and started packing up and leaving for the last time.
As soon as we were outside, my husband said to me, “What’s next?”
I told him that I had a baby swim lesson planned.
Instead of saying, “I’m so sorry,” I answered, “Yes, I’ll be there.”
We left for the swim-pool and the next morning, I returned to work and got my day off.