There are many physical benefits of teaching babies to swim, as well as helping them to overcome their initial fear of water. Swimming helps babies physical progress later in life, along with providing them with some essential social skills.
Swimming lessons can help babies develop an emotional bond through interaction with other children in their class and positive encouragement from their parents. Early swimming also fosters a growing sense of self-esteem, confidence, independence and as a childs ability to freely move through the water increases - so does their sense of wellbeing.
Enjoy reading the Twas the night before Christmas poem to your kids on Christmas Eve. It's one of the oldest and most popular Christmas traditions worldwide. It was written by Clement Clarke Moore in 1822.