Disclosure: This is a sponsored post- all opinions expressed are my own.
Poor little (E) has been watching her brother swim for almost 2 years now. Every time we go to Condors Swimming, she says “me too?”. I know from our exploits in their grandmother’s backyard that she has a true love for the water and really has wanted terribly to be a big girl and get to learn to swim with him.
Well the time has finally come! (E) is now 3 and completely potty trained, and she wasted no time getting in the pool with her brother. She is so proud to wear her “guppy” rubber bracelet that we had to have two so that we could wear one while we were out and about.
What I love…
- This is FINALLY an activity that I can bring BOTH kids to at THE SAME time and know that they are well taken care of and engaged.
- BOTH of my kids are getting sound instruction so that they will be safe in the water (this if of utmost importance to me since both grandmothers have pools).
- THEY LOVE GOING!!! I NEVER have to poke and pry to get them into the car to go to “swim class” they get ready and run out the door on their very own.
- There are lots of options of days and times so that we were able to pick days and times that really worked for us.
- It tends to be LESS CROWDED in the fall and winter months as swimming falls off of many people’s radars so they get even more specialized attention (even more than usual with their small instructor to student ratio).
- My kids feel safe in the water... this is even more important to me. If you recall, (A) had a bad experience elsewhere when he was 2 an wouldn’t get into the water for 2 years with an instructor. Determined not to repeat this mistake I made sure this was (E)’s first experience and she jumps right in (seriously, sometimes she has to be told sternly to sit on the side and wait her turn she is so excited).
The current session is two months- but if you are interested contact Ashley and she can make arrangements for you to try a lesson and register. Otherwise keep your eye out for the upcoming schedule.