Learning to swim is journey that is guided by swim teachers and is aided by consistent repetition and nurturing conditions that promote love and respect for the water. Let’s explore the expectations we have as parents for the speed of our children’s learning.
Today we have another guest blog post from my daughter Ann Marie, director of Hubbard Sports Camp, sharing some great quotes from this summer’s campers. It isn’t too late to get your kids enrolled in camp for the last weeks of summer! The summer in Phoenix is my favorite time of year! For me, every[…] Read More
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article titled: The Secret of Dad’s Success (click here to read). The article uses a number of surveys, studies and examples to discuss distinct ways that men and women parent differently. I know there are many strong women out there who are going to argue with the various[…] Read More
Welcome to the New Year. Honestly have had a bit of writer’s block over the past few months, ok more than a few, months. I finally found the topic to get me writing again. PLAY or, rather, the lack of it in our children’s and our own lives! Our kids are living in very structured[…] Read More
We work hard with the young swimmers AND THEIR PARENTS all year long at our swim school. Often at this time of year, we see the kids coming back into the pool with some bad habits. MMMM, we wonder, where did they learn that? SO in an effort to keep those swimming skills up when[…] Read More