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Foto Finish - Leap


I think I must have very "leapy" grandaughters as I have plenty of photos of these two leaping into the pool, the sea and a river. These are the most recent photos taken this summer. They were having a ball. We haven't had the best summer this year but the girls have had a lot of fun in our pool. Their swimming has come on "leaps and bounds" but they have to be watched like hawks as they are both overconfident in the water.
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Barbara said…
They look like they're having so much fun!
Pat said…
Looks like they're having a lot of fun.
Kate said…
Fun photos. Our daughter was very over confident in the water so we made sure she got swim lessons.

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