Baby Swimming in America: A brief History, Progress, and Government Involvement.
Baby swimming has a rich history in America, with notable figures such as Virginia Hunt Newman and Brian Johnson contributing to its development. Swim lessons have been shown to reduce the risk of drowning, and efforts are being made to increase access to lessons for all children. Government programs like the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act have helped promote water safety, and the Swim Safe Act aims to provide more funding for swimming programs. Discover the progress and benefits of baby swimming in America.
Bonding with Your Baby in the Water: The Benefits of Swimming for New Parents.
Swimming with your baby can be a fun and beneficial activity for both parent and child. From improved bonding and child development to reduced stress and improved mental health, there are many reasons why new parents should consider incorporating
swimming into their routine. Research has shown that participating in water activities with your baby can have a positive impact on parent-child relationships and can even lead to improved child development.
The Best Time for Your Child to Start Swimming Lessons: A Guide for New Parents
Swimming is a valuable life skill and many parents want to ensure that their child learns to swim at an early age. The appropriate age for a child to start taking swimming lessons can vary, but most experts recommend between 6 months and 2 years. It
is important to choose a swim program that is appropriate for the child’s age and skill level and to consider the child’s individual needs and abilities.
12 Months – Evie’s First Birthday and Her Learn to Swim Journey
Join the celebration as we commemorate Evie’s first birthday and look back at her amazing learn to swim journey in the past 12 months.