I miss the little daily things about being an age-group swim mom. Here are six things I miss most about being a swim mom.
Here are five reasons why it is important look beyond our own kids and self-interest and embrace our swimming community.
My child doesn’t seem that interested in setting goals for swimming. Is it being too overbearing to sit down with her and help her form her goals?
Here are five things I learned at college orientation with my daughter that I found worthwhile that may be helpful whether or not your kids swim in college.
As a swim mom of nearly two decades, here are my rankings about what events in swimming at the toughest to swim, which I know will create some debate.
Two reasons for switching teams that help out the entire family are a better location or hours. Here are six things to consider before changing teams.
Is there something I can do to make sure they are having more fun at meets and the whole family enjoys it, too? Are my kids too young for me to step back?
Has your child ever ignored you talked to them after a race? What strategies have you used when you realize the conversation isn’t going well with your child?
My 10-year-old daughter is fast at freestyle. The coach keeps entering her in different events even though she doesn’t like to swim them.
With a new season approaching, it’s a great time to reflect as a swim parent on how the last season went and what we’d like to change.
Swimming 50 weeks a year means our kids are pushing constantly to improve and get best times. It’s easy to get caught up in that mindset ourselves.
With Lochte’s story, we can tell our kids that he’s human and messed up, but look how he’s learned, grown and improved as a person.
Sometimes life takes us on a detour so we can follow the path we were destined to travel all along. Maybe it has happened to you …
We can’t control how fast our kids swim or who is in the lane next to them. But there are a few things we can do to help make meets a success.