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Swimming is a great activity for you and your little ones. But, so many women refuse to shimmy into their bathing costumes because of a low self body image. Rather than seeing a swim as a healthy and relaxing time with baby, toddler or pre-schooler, so many mums dread that mad dash from the changing rooms into the pool so they simply don't go! This means that many chidren are growing up not having had much contact with the water - which is not good at all. Instead, see swimming as a great chance to have a splash around with your little ones; lots of cuddles and bouncing in the water together! You don't have to go every week, just set a goal perhaps once a month to start with and see how you enjoy it. Swimming need not be a fearful excercise for anyone!
If you are nervous of revealing your curves, go off peak where there are fewer people in the pool. And remember, no one sees you once you're under water anyway! You don't need to be a great swimmer either: have a splash and a fun time in the shallow end of the pool. If you think you'll get bored, take along some floating toys to play with. There may even be kiddie lessons at your local pool - so pop along and see what's going on. Your little will love the water - you may even really enjoy the visit too!
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