After you have gotten your OKC pools gunite installed in your backyard’s outdoor living space, it is time to have some fun in the sun! If you have a baby, it is very important to teach it how to swim at a young age so that if it ends up in the pool unexpectedly, it will know how to survive. Before you head to the pool, make sure your baby is well fed and not tired so that he is not cranky. If he is due for a nap when you are at the pool, he could end up getting upset and corelate feeling tired and grumpy with the swimming pool. It is worth calling your local pool to make sure the temperature is suitable for your baby. It needs to be at least thirty degrees Celsius for a baby over twelve weeks or over twelve pounds and above thirty degrees Celsius if he is younger or smaller. If the pool is not warm enough, and your baby starts getting cold, you will know because his lips and his fingernails will start to turn blue, so you will want to get him out as quickly as you can and wrap him in a tall to warm him up. After you have gotten your OKC pools gunite installed in your backyard’s outdoor living space, it is time to have some fun in the sun! If you have a baby, it is very important to teach it how to swim at a young age so that if it ends up in the pool unexpectedly, it will know how to survive. Disposable swimming towels are designed so that if your baby gets wet, they will not expand to soak up the liquid like a regular towel. You can also get swimming covers, which fit snugly round your baby’s legs to prevent any leakages. If you are worried about your baby getting cold while in the water, or you want to provide a bit more flotation support, you can buy neoprene wetsuit-style swimsuits that have built-in floats. As well as being more hygienic, a quick splash of warm water will help get your baby used to water before you head into the pool, although you do not want to let his head go directly under the shower stream as most babies do not enjoy it. After you have gotten your OKC pools gunite installed in your backyard’s outdoor living space, it is time to have some fun in the sun! If you have a baby, it is very important to teach it how to swim at a young age so that if it ends up in the pool unexpectedly, it will know how to survive. Start by sitting on the edge of the baby pool, holding your baby and showing him the water. Then gradually slide him into the pool, maintaining plenty of eye contact and talking calmly while you hold him gently under his armpits. It’s important that you are calm and positive as he will take his cues from you. Once you are in the water, dip down so that your shoulders are almost completely submerged, but so that the water comes up to his chest. Through the session, try alternating between holding your baby very close, with lots of reassuring skin-to-skin contact, then at arm’s length so he can move freely and feel a bit more independent. After you have gotten your OKC pools gunite installed in your backyard’s outdoor living space, it is time to have some fun in the sun! If you have a baby, it is very important to teach it how to swim at a young age so that if it ends up in the pool unexpectedly, it will know how to survive. If your baby’s energetic splashing means he gets water on his face, smile and laugh rather act concerned so he knows that it is okay to get wet. If your baby is well fed and not tired or sick but is having a hard time every time you get in the pool, it is better to give up before he begins to associate the pool with being upset. He may be having an off day and you can always try again later in the week. Very young babies do not really need armbands or rubber rings as they are being held safely and securely. As your baby gets older, he is better off using float jackets or foam ‘noodles’. Arm bands mean that your toddler’s arms are out by his side, which makes it difficult to develop a swimming stroke. After you have gotten your OKC pools gunite installed in your backyard’s outdoor living space, it is time to have some fun in the sun! If you have a baby, it is very important to teach it how to swim at a young age so that if it ends up in the pool unexpectedly, it will know how to survive. Once your baby is used to swimming, try blowing

bubbles on the surface of the water and encourage your little one to copy you. It is great for developing his breathing abilities. Bring along your baby’s favorite toy or rubber duck or boat to the pool so he links fun times in the bath with being in the pool. Children love copying their parents, especially when it comes to swimming, so if your preschooler is tip-toeing around on the edge of the pool before he jumps in, show him how it is done and with any luck he will be in straight after you. He will probably want to hold your hands at first as he jumps in, but it is great for getting him used to splashes and getting his face and hair wet. For very young babies, you should not be in the water for longer than twenty to thirty minutes otherwise he will start to get cold. Older, energetic toddlers and preschoolers can stay in for longer as they will probably be splashing around which creates more body heat. But you will find he tires quickly, so do not overstay. After you have gotten your OKC pools gunite installed in your backyard’s outdoor living space, it is time to have some fun in the sun! If you have a baby, it is very important to teach it how to swim at a young age so that if it ends up in the pool unexpectedly, it will know how to survive.