Madison's Story

October 05, 2011 | Infant Swimming Resource
Tags: Testimonial

Our 2-year-old daughter, Madison, is almost done with her ISR lessons. She is at a point where we take her in our pool and practice with her. This past weekend we had her in the pool, I went inside and Daddy stayed out with her. He stepped out of the pool and Madison was on the top step playing. She decided she was going to jump off the step for a ball which got away from her. At this point she was in the middle of the pool. When she realized she could not reach the step and the ball was gone, she turned over into her float position, got her breath, and then made it back to the stairs. Daddy was there the whole time, but he watched her to see how she would react with nobody else in the pool.

She did exactly what her Instructor, Ginger Blackman, has been teaching her to do. We cannot tell you how impressed we are, and how much of a relief it is to know that she is now equipped with the skills to save her life if she ever did fall into the water alone.

Thank you ISR, and a big thank you to Ginger.

Kathy F.