plugged ears and napping

Common practice is to plug your nose when in the pool or other body of water, if you’re a kid.  I won’t name names, but one of my sisters still plugs her nose when she jumps in or goes underwater.  Hi Lindsay!  🙂 My daughter on the other hand plugs her ears.  Keta swam a few laps today with the assistance of her tube and nothing else.  She did great!  Francine rests her head against the back of her tube and just about falls asleep.  So relaxing!  It was time to try floating on our backs.  Francine went first and although she didn’t come close to floating on her own, she closed her eyes and enjoyed the water.  She was so relaxed I think given another few minutes she would have been out.  Her sister, on the other hand, was stiff as a board and tried to hold both her head and her legs out of the water.  She did not relax and enjoy and she thought her ears needed to be plugged.




2 Responses to “plugged ears and napping”

  1. 1 Auntie Lindsay
    April 30, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    First of all, this is mean. My bosses (and friends) are reading this blog. Besides who says a 30 something year old woman can’t plug her nose. My allergies are bad, is that a valid excuse? I’ll get over the embarrassment but paybacks can be bad 🙂 I certainly see a small pool in the backyard at 612 Willow Valley. And many frequent trips to the local pool. I bet they’ll love FC pool time with Nana Bibi, Elsa, Abby (now has replaced PB&J&T, no matter if it’s a boy or girl), and Auntie Lindsay. We think of you often, pray for you daily, and love you lots.

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