I participated in a Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for SwimWays. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation. #SwimWays National Learn to Swim Day
We have been going to the pool almost every day since the time change gave us more daylight at night. We also spend a lot of time around the pool area as I am sure many families do when it gets warmer outside. I can hear the neighbor kids in the pool every afternoon. For babies entering the pool for the first time, it is important to give them an awesome first impression. This will create a life-long love of swimming. I lived in the pool every time that I visited Florida as a kid. I hope that my daughter will love just as much as I do.
SwimWays has been teaching children to swim for over 40 years, making it easy for parents to share their love of water while building their child’s confidence. We started using SwimWays as soon as our munchkin was able to sit upright.
The float pictured is the Baby Spring Float. After trying out several different floats, it is clear why this is the best on the market today. I am so glad that it was the first one we tried. I wish I hadn’t spent money on other. They are sitting unused.
I am excited to announce National Learn to Swim Day. It is on May 16, 2015. This holiday is designed to remind parents and guardians to kick off summer safely by teaching their kids about swim safety.
You can buy the Baby Spring Float at SwimWays and ToyRUs along with other swim toys and learning devices.
Check out the Teach Me to Swim Website: www.teachmetoswim.com and connect with SwimWays on Facebook and Twitter.
How will you celebrate National Learn to Swim Day?
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First of all, such an element of the wardrobe should allow the girl to feel as comfortable and confident as possible. Usually, to visit the pool, it is customary to wear a one-piece sports swimsuit, in which part of the back will be open. This is due to the fact that in the floating pool a person moves more actively than when swimming in the sea.