Assuming there are lifeguards all over the place, why not?
That, incidentally, is part of military training. I've been there and done that. It's a good learning experience.
We used to do that all the time. Yes, there are concerns that the wet, heavy clothes can be a drowning risk. But as long as there's adult supervision, there's less to worry about.
by CLOTHEDSWIMMER 8 years ago
Would you allow your kids to go swimming fully clothed on thier own if they ask you if they cloud do it for a bit of fun or woul you sooner that you whent with them?For me i would let my daughter do it on her own if she wanted to on the conditon that the next time I cloud go with her.
by CLOTHEDSWIMMER 6 years ago
I'd probably find it difficult not to laugh out loud in front of them. Kids will be kids after all! My only concern would have been regarding the safety of the location where they did this. Now my daughters are adult, they've told me all sorts of mischief they got up to when they were small, which...
by lifedeferred 10 years ago
I have a question. Are their parents who watch what their children are doing while outside? Does anyone at least check-up on them every so often? I am a busy mom, I work full time and when I get home I am exhausted. The last thing I want to do is run outside evry few minutes checking on my son, but...
by H C Palting 7 years ago
Do you agree with unsupervised kids under 18 being out after 9p.m. on school nights? Why or why not?Would you allow your child to "hang out" anywhere outside your home or their friend's homes without parental supervision or do you allow your child(ren) more freedom? Do you worry about...
by alexandriaruthk 8 years ago
Is it ok for kids - 13 years old or below to have Facebook account?There are reports that Facebook will allow kids to have their own account since in reality, they are on the social network already. It has been found out that a substantial number of them are already a member of the famous social...
by THELEEDSRHINO 8 years ago
take a change of clothe so that if is ok with the life guard they can go swimming fully clothed.They say they would like to do this as they have seen it been done but have never done this thier self and they would like to try ti to see if they are able to swimm fully clothed.Would you let them do...
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