Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Swimming lesson

Our youngest grandchild will be two in April, and we were lucky enough to see her at the local swimming pool where she has lessons each week.

She is getting used to me taking her photo, so hence with my phone she stayed still, then runs over to look at what I have taken.

I considered myself lucky to be able to take the photo as many places do not permit it.

Ella and her dad.




Poppy, Ella and her dad.

18 comments:

  1. Awww..she's a doll. You're a lucky grandma !!

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  2. In my opinion Ella is very tall for her age but she seems a very clever girl. Congratulations.
    It's very wise to teach her swim is very important ability.

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    1. Thanks.
      Ella has just decided to grow taller, her dad is tall.

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  3. reminds me when I swam at her age. I had this thing on my back that was made of strong Styrofoam. Made it easy to float in the water. When I grew up I could never float well on my own, even today. I can swim but not for terribly long

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    1. Funny about that, how it effects us when we get older what they did in the pool when we were children.

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  4. She is very beautiful! What treasured pictures. My great niece is named Ella.

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    1. Thanks.
      Actually my husbands mother's second name was Ella.

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  5. she is the cutest little girl and isn't it great that kids learn to swim at an early age these days. hope you are well M. :)

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    1. Thanks.
      Yes, it's really good that the parents take their children to learn how to swim, not done in my day.

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  6. Such a beautiful grandchild. I love that red hair.

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  7. Se is a cutie and the same age as Banjo.

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    1. Yes Diane, is certainly is a cutie, and I recall they are both the same age:)

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