Yes! You read that right. Many parents don’t realise what natural swimmers their babies are, until about 6 months, babies placed in water tummy-side down will move their arms and legs in a swimming motion.
When the swimming reflex and the dive reflex are both engaged, a baby can then turn on their innate swimming ability. These reflexes don’t mean the baby can swim unmonitored as they can still drown, so supervision is always required.
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