Why My Kids Take Swimming Lessons When It's Freezing Out
**This post is sponsored by Goldfish Swim School, though all opinions are my own.
We keep our kids in swimming lessons all year long…and you should too!
I know what you are thinking…why would I even talk about getting into a swimsuit with temps reaching new lows here in the Midwest and along the coast. The truth is, I wouldn’t even dream about slipping the kids into into swimsuits during our winters in Indiana until I found Goldfish Swim School. Here’s a list of a few reasons why you should consider doing the same!
The Pool is Warm All Year Long
We’re talking 90 degrees warm. They call it “shiver free”. This takes away the worry that your children will be in cold water during the Winter. Plus, they have an amazing blow dry bar to keep your little swimmer’s hair drip free. Worried about their pores being open as they go out in the cold? Don’t. Take your time in the warm changing rooms and completely dry off, then swim over to the swimsuit dryer to cut down on the moisture in those little wet garments. Have you ever seen a frozen swimsuit? You won’t have to worry about that at Goldfish!
Water Safety Doesn’t Take The Winter Off
Yes. It’s cold…but that doesn’t mean water safety should be put on the back burner. To keep your child on track with their lessons, help continue confidence in their swimming abilities and lower their fears of the water in general, keep them in classes all year round. We’re building a life long skill when we invest in our children’s swimming lessons!
Enjoy Swimming as a Family: Family Swim Nights
One of our favorite perks of joining Goldfish is the Family Swim nights. At Family Swim, enjoy getting away for an hour or two with the entire family to swim in the 90 degrees pools. Kids are much more comfortable with you in the water and this is the perfect time for them to show you what they’ve been working on during class time. What a great way to keep your family engaged in water activities during the Winter months..
So kick that Winter blues to the curb and get swimming!