Well, we made it through swim lessons. Despite some very cold days, split bleeding toes, and a maternity suit that seemed to get smaller everyday. (I told my mother-in-law that you know you are wearing a maternity suit when you pick up the swim bottoms and you can't tell which side is for your rear--both sides looked equally huge).
My girls are not exactly little fish but they are improving each summer. I could especially tell June was making real progress as she would put her head under the water a lot now; we just have to work on the actual swimming technique. Robyn is much more hesitant but still doing well, and Ivory loves the water even if she won't blow a single bubble. My mother-in-law is certain we are all going to drown since I myself didn't learn how to swim well until college. I think she actually feared that I was the one taking Ivory in the pool. However, I am just fine in the water, no worries and at the moment I have extra buoyancy (I don't think you could sink this belly if you tried).
I didn't get any pictures until the last day because I was usually in the water. The last day was so nice too, it was the perfect weather for a free swim and Tyler got to come too. It was really fun, and I even managed to escape being photographed (lucky you guys). But here are a couple pictures of our splish splashing day. The cherry suit was the most popular at the pool. There were two others in her group that had the same suit and several others in the pool with the cherries. Target must have made a fortune on that suit.
One more thing on my list to get done before the baby arrives. Swim lessons--check.