It’s pool time, baby! Your little guppies are gonna love their first dip in a swimming pool, and it’s a great way to get them used to the feeling of being in water and introduce them to swimming. There’s lots of great benefits to introducing babies to swimming, like developing coordination and balance, develop and improve spatial awareness, develop and improve confidence, builds muscle, increases quality time with you and baby and so much more.
When the time comes to introduce your baby or toddler to swimming pools, make sure they’re all set to have the best time ever! Let’s take a look at some of the things you can bring to your backyard to make baby’s first swim time safe and so much fun!
Baby pools, do do do do do! Introduce the little ones to water play with a pool that’s made just for them! Baby pools are a great, tactile way to play outside and let them explore.
There are loads of benefits to introducing your littles to swimming, too! They’ll develop balance and coordination, plus they’ll strengthen muscles as they play. For parents who have some trouble getting their guppies to go to bed on a schedule, a baby pool is a great way to release energy and get them sleepy in no time!
There’s nowhere baby can’t play! Baby pool toys come in all different shapes and sizes, made floatable so they can reach for them while in their float or protective gear. Little guppies can still learn their ABCs and 123s, as well as develop their motor skills and let their curiosity make a big splash!
Wanna cool off yourself? We totally understand! Family pools are perfect to get everyone in and playin’ with some room to spare! The biggest difference between a kiddie pool and a family pool is the length. Family pools can range in length, typically 10-12 feet long. You’ll still find that they’re usually about two to two-and-a-half feet deep, so they’re still safe for the kids to use when you’re not in the pool with them, but nearby.