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    Default At what age your child started taking swimming lessons?

    As the title says can you tell me at what age your child started taking swimming lessons.thanks

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    18 months.

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    6 months loves water

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    My dd started at 12 months. Stopped for the winter when it was cold, started and soo in like this.
    She is now just over 2 and starting again monday.


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    6 months, she is a water baby for sure!

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    Yep 6 months.

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    First lesson sometime under one (mAybe 8 months or so?) and did not go well.

    Started up again at 18 months and did not go well again but persevered and eventually she came good. She loves swimming now at 3 yo but in retrospect I would not start another child in formal lessons until after 2 yo.

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    They were both 6 months

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    7 months. DS loves it.!

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    Iv got DD booked in for Thursday and she's 12weeks. They call it baby swim, but its really not 'swimming' more just going in the water with bub and splashing around and singing songs etc with other mums

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