DD started actual lessons after she had turned one.
She's still in the baby group and we have a 3 month old and 5 month old in our group - to be honest, i'd save your money and just take your bub into the pool with you every week when they're that age, as the younger babies in DD's class have no idea what's going on and lessons are so expensive.
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31-05-2012 08:44 #12
Thanks for the replies everyone. It gives me a good idea about when to start. We have a pool at home, so I do want DD to be water aware as early as possible.
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