@infantswimmingresource - While clever, smart, and sometimes unassuming, little ones are frequently underestimated.
Traditional drowning prevention strategies, while important, overlook one of the most formidable defenses: the child. We know a child who is mobile enough to reach the water alone can be taught to save herself should she find herself in the water unattended. Generally speaking, children who can crawl and sit unassisted can learn to roll over onto their backs, breathe and rest until help arrives. Similarly, children who are walking learn the full ISR Self-Rescue® swim-float swim sequence.
To learn more, please visit www.infantswim.com. (Link in bio)
But seriously...pool fear was REAL back in the day 🤣
1. I thought that the T’s were sleeping hammerhead sharks and if you swam over them/not fast enough - you’d wake them up and they’d come to the top and get you!! •
2. Are You Afraid of the Dark’s pool monster that would grab people’s feet as they’re getting out and pull them back in had be jumping out of the pool!!!! •
Sole reasons I was a good swimmer lmao 😂🤷🏽♀️🏊🏽♀️