Mother receives death threats for what was allowed to throw 8-month-old son to the pool for a lesson on survivalBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/mother-receives-death-threats-for-what-was-allowed-to-throw-8-month-old-son-to-the-pool-for-a-lesson-on-survival
Swimming lessons for babies in right now. But a Colorado woman faced harsh criticism and even gets death threats for allowing the coach to throw his son in the pool. The woman took video, as the instructor drops the baby into the water during a lesson on survival, and uploaded it to the app TikTok. The video has caused a storm of indignation in social networks, because many users believe that the mother subjected the child to mortal danger.The mother of two children gets death threats following the publication of the TikTok video in which the coach throws her 8-month-old son Oliver in the pool. It happened in the classroom school swim Little Fins in Colorado.
More than 100 000 users have commented on videos. Some wrote that doubt the safety of the baby.
27-year-old mother knows what the disputes were caused by her video in social networks. She says she's received death threats over the "trauma" of the child. Many believe that Krista puts baby risk.
In the video, the instructor throws the little Oliver in the pool and immediately jumps him. She then watches as the boy himself comes to the surface, swims to him and gently takes his hands. The mom happily supported the boy and applauds, taking videos.
The heads of the schools swimming saying that their instructors receive special training and conduct classes designed for babies from 6 months of age. They claim that the exercises are completely safe.
The course is designed for kids to feel confident in the water and learned to swim on his back. Similar programs have existed for many years, but has become a target of criticism experts. Some experts everydayt that such exercises can be dangerous to babies ' brains and it is not clear whether they protect children from drowning.
It seems that young children can surprise us not only by bravery in the water, but also remarkable physical abilities. This little boy from Britain began to hold her head a few days after birth and was on my feet in 8 weeks.