Teaching your children how to swim is very important.
The children should learn these life-saving skills which are also very relaxing.
Watch the 8-month-old showing off his skills in the pool
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Nowadays, parents are teaching their children how to swim from a very young age but this is the first time, an 8-month-old is showing off his skills in the pool.
A video of a baby swimming on his back is going viral on the Internet, leaving people amazed.
The video shows the mother teaching her baby how to swim and within a short time, the baby travels the entire pool without the help of his mother.
This baby has stunned everyone with his skills. The video has gone viral on the Internet after it was posted online.
The video received thousands of likes and comments. One user wrote: ‘This is a great skill to teach babies’ while another user added: ‘Love these women and their swimming babies’.
Internet users praised the baby for his amazing skills but few criticized the mother for teaching the baby how to swim at such a young age.
One user wrote: ‘She didn’t even offer support, just stood back and cheered. It’s scary, god know what was going through that baby mind; ‘Feels exactly when i was swimming in your womb’’.
Another user added: ‘That lady is lucky the HELPLESS CHILD did not aspirate the water and die! Shame on adults for doing such criminal actions. If the child had suffered harm from it, she would be charged with child endangerment, and she still should be!’
But some defended the mother as one said: ‘This is a technique that has been safely taught to many babies. They teach them to right themselves in the water. If every baby learned this, then we wouldn’t have so many toddlers die from falling in pools. It’s a life-saving skill.’
We agree that these techniques are safe but the parents should never leave their children alone in the pool. This mother was standing there the whole time to save her baby if anything goes wrong and we appreciate that.
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