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    I started DD when she was about 18mths, she is now 4 and swims really well independently (she had about 6 months off after her operation when she was 3 and had to learn to walk again).

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    We wanted to start at 5 months but we didn't get around to organising it. She started at 17 months. Newbie will be starting at 6 months

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    Thanks for replying everyone.Ur replies have made my mind somewhat clear...

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    4 months. He loves it. Now 15 mo and still loving it

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    Swimming lessons in our family begin within the first week.

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    She was in the pool from 12 months but didnt start lessons until she was about 2. I think before 2 its mostly getting them comfortable and confident in the water. I didnt see the point paynig for someone to do that when I could do it myself with her.

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    Ds started lessons at 6 months and has been doing them weekely since then, he is now 15 months. He absolutely loves them!
    He first went swimming at 8 weeks.

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