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    Hi!

    Anyone know of mommy and me swimming classes? My son is almost 5 months and I think I would like to start getting him comfortable with water. So far I've found classes at the community centre, but i don't want to go into a chlorine pool. Anyone know of a salt water pool anywhere around Vaughan?

    Anyone have experience with these classes?

    Thanks!
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    I don't think you really need classes at that age, they mostly splash around and play. You can easily do that yourselves! I started taking my DS at four months, and the pool was chlorinated, never bothered him. He's six now and loves the water.

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    i started at 4 months too in chlorinated and hes ok

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    we used trinity swim school at the corner of Major Mac and Keele. Its a bit expensive though, ratios are 2 "students" per teacher. Have fun.

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    I myself am not a big fan of chlorine pools, so it's just a personal choice! How did your little ones enjoy it? Are they swimming yet?

    Yes, i just googled Trinity and will be calling today. Thanks Connie106!

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    You may also want to check out local hotels. Many today have saltwater pools and allow public access anytime for a nominal fee. Since they are not public pools with a lifeguard, they are often quieter, less busy and you don't have to stick to a swim schedule. Our local Best Western does this, so they would be a good place to call, if you have any nearby.
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