The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that you not start lessons to teach your child to swim until after his fourth birthday.
From: American Academy of Pediatrics
Remove all toys from the pool after use so children aren’t tempted to reach for them.
Even if your wee one is potty trained, if you’re going somewhere warm and wonderful, be sure to bring a washable swim diaper. Nobody wants pee pee in the pool.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, most people apply only about half as much sunscreen as they should.
Swimming is a favorite summertime activity. It’s also as major summer health risk for toddlers.
Even if your toddler has taken a swimming course, they should be supervised at all times when in or near water.
Tags: safety, swimming, activity
Apply sunscreen about 30 minutes before going outdoors (this gives the skin a chance to absorb the lotion), then reapply every two hours — or more often if your child is sweating or playing in water.