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Old 01-25-2020, 09:45 PM
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Can a 3 month old baby be allowed at the adult pool? She will not be in the water.
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Old 01-25-2020, 09:51 PM
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Can a 3 month old baby be allowed at the adult pool? She will not be in the water.
https://www.districtgov.org/images/RecGuide.pdf

Check out page 4. This is for family pools.
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Thumbs down Not Fair !!!

Think back when you were three months old. If you were taken to a pool and not been able to enter the water, how would you have felt. The question is kind of like dangling a piece of candy in the face of the child but saying you can't have it.

What about the child that gets fussy and begins crying at the adult pool. It's bad enough some adults act like this but to add a child.... NOOOOO !!

Adult pools are for adults !!!
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3 months not 3 years
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"Pools for residents and guests who are 30 years of age and over."
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NO NO NO unless your baby is over 30 yrs. That is why we have family pools. Why does everyone look for a way around the rules?
Think about it. Would you want your 3 month old in a pool with some 70-80 year olds who have been in the pool for 4 hours without taking a break? I don't know , but my bladder is not that strong. Only saying..... I love having my own pool.

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A three month old baby would be in some type of bassinet out of the sun with someone watching over the baby.
It wouldn't bother me, but as you can see others here feel differently.
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A three month old baby would be in some type of bassinet out of the sun with someone watching over the baby.
It wouldn't bother me, but as you can see others here feel differently.
It's not how others "feel", it's the rules

https://www.districtgov.org/departme.../PoolTypes.pdf

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No, not allowed. The family pool is the place to go. Adults at the adult pool would also not appreciate a 3 month old that might start crying or become fussy.
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A three month old baby would be in some type of bassinet out of the sun with someone watching over the baby.
It wouldn't bother me, but as you can see others here feel differently.
Babies cry. I do not want to hear a crying baby at a pool for adults only. That is why there are family pools.....for crying babies and screaming kids.
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Why would you want to take a 3 month old to any pool if you're not going to dangle her in the water? I think she would enjoy a stroller ride around the block a lot more than lying in something near a pool,
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What is it that one can not understand about the difference between adult and family pools. The rules are spelled out very clear, adult pools are for people 30 and over and family pools are for all ages. Kind of a no brainer in my opinion. We can't bring our 27 year old daughter to one of the adult pools for another 3 years, and she is way more mature than many of the so called adults we come across.
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Wondering why you want to bring a baby to an adult pool when there are plenty of family pools?
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