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Tag Archives: swimming
Did you know Halton Region is testing and monitoring beach water?
The beaches of Halton Region are the perfect summer destination to relax, play and spend quality time together. I feel so fortunate to live in a region that boasts so many spots for family fun in the water.
Posted in Babies, Children & Tweens, Keeping Your Baby Safe, Keeping Your Child/Tween Safe, Keeping Your Teen Safe, Keeping Your Toddler & Preschooler Safe, Parenting, Teens, Toddlers & Preschoolers Tagged babies, baby, beach, beach water, beach water monitoring, beach water testing, child, children, families, family, Halton, halton region, Halton Region beaches, health, infant, Keeping Your Baby Safe, kids, parents, play, preschooler, preschoolers, safe swimming, swimming, swimming with baby, toddler, Water, water quality 2 Comments
Safety first when splashing this summer!
One of my children’s favourite things to do on a hot summer day is to go swimming. We frequent the local public pools, rent a lake-side cottage, and have wonderful neighbours who take pity on us running through our sprinkler … Continue reading
Posted in Babies, Children & Tweens, Keeping Your Baby Safe, Keeping Your Child/Tween Safe, Keeping Your Teen Safe, Keeping Your Toddler & Preschooler Safe, Parenting, Parenting Your Baby, Parenting Your Child/Tween, Parenting Your Teen, Parenting Your Toddler & Preschooler, Play, Growth & Development, Play, Growth & Development for Babies, Teens, Toddlers & Preschoolers Tagged boating, drowning, injury prevention, lifejacket, open water, outdoors, Physical Health, pool, pool safety, school, school health, special needs, swim, swimming, swimming lesson, water safety 2 Comments
Kids swimming with Molluscum?
With summer here, families all across Halton are taking their children to local swimming pools and water parks where they can enjoy the cooling play and have some fun. What a great way to spend a summer day. Not to … Continue reading