Anyone know of a good place for toddler swim lessons in the western burbs? We're in Wheaton, and I'm really tired of the teenager teachers at the park district that just putz around in the water.. my son's almost 5 and he's made almost no progress in 3 years. (I'm certain his teacher this summer is like 12 years old and is intimidated by my son)
We have a neighborhood pool that I take him to everyday, but I have a 2 year old to hang onto (pool starts at 3 feet) so I can't really teach him on my own, not that I know how to swim properly anyways.
Katie, sahm to two wild and crazy guys (8/07) and (3/10) and their sweet new baby sister (4-1-13)
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