Leon Strong (7) from Slane underwater says it with flowers while underwater with his Mum Melanie.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mammys out there as they try to keep the little darlings safe and out of trouble in these difficult times. We hope you’re being showered with love.
Whether you call her Mammy, Mum, Ma or Mumsy, mothers are the most important person in all our lives. They brought us into this world and they care for us and have unconditional love for us.
Granted, they can be a bit scary at times, but that’s because someone must be the peacekeeper in any family. Any scolding you get from your mammy is delivered with love and it’s always for your own good!
We just had to share this beautiful photo of seven-year-old Leon Strong from Slane sharing the love with his Mum Melanie underwater. Melanie teaches Water Babies classes at Integral in Bettystown.
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Water Babies is a network of small family owned businesses that run swimming classes for babies all across Ireland. Learning to swim is a vital life skill and most Water Babies can swim long before they can walk
Last week Water Babies made the heart-breaking decision to stop running lessons for the moment. In the meantime, they are doing everything they practically can support their little swimmers, carers, teachers and staff during these uncertain times.
If you’d like to support Water Babies you can buy a gift voucher for a baby close to you or one that’s on the way which can used for Water Babies classes and or swimming products. www.waterbabies.ie
Check out the lovely videos on the Water Babies YouTube Channel also.
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