Sunday, November 7, 2010

Daughter's Last Swimming Lesson

A couple of weeks ago, Akesha's swimming lesson has ended. I must say that at her innocent age (4 1/2) she did pretty well. She can swim on 4ft now without a life jacket on. Next year we are going to enroll her again, and we also would like to enroll her in taekwondo class or in gymnastic class.
Her last session with her swimming teacher "Titcher Mike".




24 comments :

inday_adin said...

Good for her, mommy Dhemz! I don't even know how to swim and it is pretty sad. I wish I do. That is why I make sure Harley knows how kay way ayo ug dili kamao mo langgoy tawn. hehehe.. Great job Akesha! :)

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

Way to go akesh, wow pambato ning bataa tsang. active kaayo siya sa sports sa. kanindot ni akesha uy. Ako sd bayot i enroll ko sa swimming ug karate ug dance ha heheheh


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Lulu Post said...

wow galing ni akesh! hala akesh pag gymnast aron mahimong gold medalist!

nuts said...

wow, galing ni akesh! it's a skill that we really need to teach our kids at an early age.

Mom Daughter Style said...

congrats to your little one for finishing her swimming class this year.

thanks for following my blog, i did follow you before already.

have a great weekend.

*josie* said...

good job Akesha, I think she will be athletic like mommy. :D

Chuchie | Chie Wilks said...

maau njud imong baby Akesha molangoy sis at that age purya buyag without life jacket pa ha.

chubskulit said...

Wow sis, she really is good now. Our little girl is so scared of water wahhh.. I let her watch Akesh for motivation but she said "I am not just a swimming person Mom" lol..

kat said...

hahaha garaa oi..tuyok-tuyok pa...lupigan ang inahan hahahaha.

nice ng gymnstic...si janjan kay yellow na sa taekwando..pero every summer lang man na sya, nya last summer kay tua man mi sa sweden so wa sya ka apil hhehe

ganahan jud ko kay Akesha ba...pretty pa jud..sus saon na lang inig dalaga bantayan jud na ni goryo..nyahahah

anne said...

wow kudos to your baby girl ako tawon ani 2 feet ever lang jud hahaha

zh3en22 said...

Kaiingit naman,di kasi ako marunong mag swim,hehe

Anyhow, taekwondo lesson is great,nag basic ako dati pero di ko kinaya,lolz...

Kat @My Tots Exactly said...

Congratulations to Akesha! No more worries na si Mommy pagdating sa tubig kasi marunong na si baby :)

☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...

tsang agi ko ngari, how was your weekend diha? nag adgihopping ko bayot. kisses mwah. thanks btw, sa delete tutorial. success hehe

CaptainRunner said...

It's wonderful that you let her enjoy her childhood with such activities. Swimming is something that everybody should learn, who knows, it could save our lives. Poor me, I don't know how to swim.

Vernz said...

wow galing naman ni Akesha... good girl.. galing din ni Titser Mike... hehehe.. agi ko Dhemz.

John said...

It's good that she's brave. Way to go Akesha.

w0rkingAth0mE said...

wow, galing that's my frustration waaahhhh!!! because of this i will enroll also my daughter in swimming lesson ..

yen said...

agi ko

Mel Alarilla said...

Akesha is growing up to be a very versatile child. That she knows the basic rudiments of swimming at a tender age of 4 & 1/2 is testament to her versatility. Great that you also enrolling her in taekwondo and gymnastics. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Jen said...

You are really a good mom! Preparing kids for the future is very important. I sent my kids to a swimming class when they were still young and they never regretted that they learned to swim! Demz bilib ko nimo da, how could you cope with so many blogs? anyway, thanks for visiting my site too!

Cecile said...

wow, good job Akesha....

imriz said...

hooray for little akesh...very good swimmer...

yudaz33s said...

wow...

she's beautiful girl...

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Choc Mint Girl said...

Yeah, good for her... me can't swim... It's great that she has the opportunity to learn something that is useful especially self-defense, but what's more important she enjoys with the activities. Well done. :-)