Trending Topic : 9 Month Old Twin Babies Josch Forbes & Joschika Faustine
Trending Topic : 9 Month Old Twin Babies
Josch Forbes & Joschika Faustine
Although it may appear as something impossible for babies to swim even at a very tender age, the fact remains they possess some reflexes that make it possible.
Aside that, some babies are uniquely talented. Babies can learn to swim underwater for short distances, partly because of the diving reflex reaction. This reflex, also known as the bradycardic response, causes babies to hold their breath and open their eyes when submerged.
However, the response weakens as a baby gets older, except the babies keep practicing.
When the baby goes underwater, the epiglottis closes over, blocking water from going down the throat and the baby’s eyes also stay open underwater. Swimming allows babies to move independently long before they are able to crawl or walk.
This contributes to a sound motor development and improves the function of skeletal muscles.
The case of the 9 Month Old Twin Babies, Josch Forbes & Joschika Faustine that swim adorably has become a popular trending topic worldwide. Just like most babies, this ever smiling cute and funny Josch Forbes & Joschika Faustine cannot sit up, crawl or walk on their own, but amazingly they can swim the entire length of a pool by themselves since two (2) months old without any aid.
Each of the twins weighed 3.5kg at birth, and they have amazed everyone including their parents by their ability to swim the length of a swimming pool.
According to their parents, “our twin babies Josch Forbes & Joschika Faustine possess a natural ability to swim.
If we support our baby in water with their tummy-side down, they will move their legs and armsin a swimming motion.”
Josch Forbes &JoschikaFaustine may well be the youngest swimmers as they are fully capable of propelling themselves through the water putting on nothing but swimming nappies. These water babies love gliding up and down on their backs, while kicking their legs to propel themselves (as shown in the picture below).
Even though your baby cannot swim, some infants really enjoy splashing around in the water. Thus, feel free to make playing in the pool a family affair by staying hands-on any time you take your baby into the water.