Thursday, May 31, 2012

Kendall's Swimming Pool!

I am mainly posting this for my own memory, but I hope you enjoy my cute girls pictures as well:)

We started swimming lessons about 10 weeks ago and have LOVED them.  I never thought Kendall would take off with it like she did.  Clearly she can't swim yet, but she is a little more aware of herself in a pool and goes under water well if I make her!

I couldn't wait to see how she would do in our swimming pool and we got to see it this weekend!!  She LOVED it and did so good!

I bought her a floatie that she puts on her arms like swimmies, but also has a little belt in front of her and it doesn't go up to her face like a life jacket and it is perfect for her to swim in....she didn't want us near her in the pool.  It was so funny!  She had to swim by herself.  She would say "Kendall do it herself!" 

We had so much fun with her swimming this weekend and I know that this summer will be so much fun in the pool!!

 I am so proud of her.  Tonight was her last night of swimming lessons and we are sad to see it end, but next week we start Gymnastics and it will be SO much fun!!
And because we had so much fun and she's a cutie.  Here is a pic of us finger painting the other day as well:)

Happy almost Friday everyone!

4 comments:

Amanda said...

where did you find that float thing? We are going to the beach next week and I would love to get one of those for Emma. Glad she had fun swimming :)

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Toooooo cute!! LOVING the pics!!!

Cathy said...

Little Kendall is very determined to learn swimming. It's a great way for her to improve her flexibility, her stamina, her balance and posture, and to promote a healthy heart and lungs. Her good physical health would also be needed for her gymnastics lesson. Encouraging her to enroll in sports would also improve her mental and emotional health. BTW, she's so adorable!

Cathy Newman

Hettie Calhoun said...

Kendall is so cute! How old is she now? It was a great idea to enroll her to a swimming class. Aside from making her summer productive, this is also good for her health as well. Who knows, she might even be a great swimmer when she grows up! You are lucky to have your own swimming pool!

-Hettie Calhoun