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Babies would definitely be at the top spot when it comes to being fascinating and unassumingly talented. Babies have this innate way of survival and it’s really interesting to see how this works out for them and how they deal with life, when even fully capable grown-ups are having a hard time in doing so.
Babies, as well know, are undergoing their formative years. They’re at their prime years where they learn some stuff and adapt to some of the things they observed. It is also the time where their brains are at its full potential. It stores and retains information which the baby later on uses to deal with life and adapt to his or her environment.
Even a baby’s motor reflexes get developed at this point in life. There are simple exercises to ensure that a child’s bone gets stronger day by day and that there’s no stunted growth in the child’s body. And if you’re a trusting, understanding parent, you can always try to enroll the child in a swimming class! Yes, we’re not pulling your leg. You can make a baby swim! All you have to do is try!
Well, first off, it’s no rocket science. Babies are deemed to be natural swimmers. A mother’s womb is filled with water and the baby’s natural reflexes is used to the motions of paddling through the water because the human being has been inside the womb for 9 months straight, so it’s really something like an innate talent. It might be mind blowing, but it’s no miracle. It’s just part of all of our biology, actually!
In the clip that we’ll share, this baby showed her talent in swimming. Most of the netizens who have seen this video marvel at how good and natural the baby is at paddling and swimming in the water. Through a series of back paddling and swimming, she was able to reach the other end of the pool, and she did it gracefully.
This baby swimmer proves that there’s no age requirement to learn how to swim. All it takes is an inclination and the determination to let a child find his or her inner talent in the water. It may take some time, but just like conditioning, once the body and mind get used to it, then you’ll be amazed at how the kid’s a natural. Who knows you might be nurturing the next swimming Olympian!
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