Blake just started swimming lessons. My only real hope for the lessons is that he would at least get in the water as that seems to be our biggest problem when it comes to the pool. And seeing as you can't learn anything else until you actually GET IN, I figured this was a logical first step.
On day one of lessons I got Blake all pumped up. He was so excited until I told him he was going to get wet. His reply, "I don't want to get wet." Awesome, I can see this is going to go well.
We just had lesson five today and things are actually going great. He gets in, kicks, blows bubbles and I even had to do a Bay Watch save when Blake slowly started sinking to the bottom and the teacher didn't notice. Not only was I the big hero but Blake is under the impression that he "swam by himself" and could not be more proud of him accomplishment.