The Midwest didn’t get the memo that Spring has sprung. Would you believe we actually had snow on the first day of Spring? I know my friends in the Northeast are dealing with a lot more than our dusting, but still, cold is cold is cold.
The kids’ Spring Break is next week. If I didn’t have a busy week, I would totally pack them up and ship out to Florida for a few days. Hmmm…. excuse me while I see if I can switch some meetings around and make this happen.
Okay, I’m back. Ain’t gonna happen.
So, we’re making our own Spring Break, complete with cheap pink flamingos, sunshine and waves. Don’t hate on our spring break, and we won’t hate on yours.
This week was “Water Safety Week” at Goldfish Swim School, so they had to practice swimming without their goggles. Fact: if your child is in danger, the chances of them actually having their goggles on is slim, so it’s important they know how to get to safety without them.
Since spring is here, whether mother nature wants to acknowledge it or not, it’s a great time to enroll your little ones in swim lessons.
Next week (March 25-31), Goldfish Swim School’s has their Jump Start Clinics again which are specially designed for families looking to get their kids water ready in a hurry. The clinics are 5 consecutive days of 30-minute swim lessons focusing on fundamentals and water safety.
Here are a few benefits of teaching your kids to swim:
- Building confidence.
- Learning how to stay above water.
- Treading water (mine aren’t to that level yet, but it’s so important!)
- Getting out of the pool safely.
So whether you are heading to the water this spring break, or pretending in your living room…summer is right around the corner, and it really is a wonderful time to enroll your kids in swim!
*This post is sponsored by Goldfish Swim School. All opinions are my own.*
JoAnne PestelMarch 23, 2018 at 12:17 pm
I love your posts. Your children are adorable. The swimming is something I wish I would have done for my kids. Have fun on spring break!
ShanistyMarch 27, 2018 at 4:09 pm
Thank you so much JoAnne! I hope you are well 🙂