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APAD March # 2 - Water

I have loved water for as long as I can remember. Swimming was always my forte and every year I participated in the swimming competitions at school and still get wet in the rain every year! Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I am a Cancerian, i'm not sure. My dad did not swim, but he enrolled me for coaching during every summer break and asked the coach to train me until " I swam like a fish."
Luckily for me, my husband swims too and loves the water. So when our little one was born, we could not wait to introduce him to the pool. At his 6 month birthday, we went for a swim for the first time as a family and he took to the water just like a fish. He absolutely loves water be it for a bath, the rain or the pool! Looking forward to many beach vacations!


This picture was taken in July 2010 at Goa, India.

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