Transcript for Bode and Morgan Miller teach son to swim after daughter's death
Miller and his wife. The tragedy last year, their young daughter died in an accidental drowning now teaching their son how to swim and linsey Davis is back with that story. We have seen this time and time again where over time tragedy can inspire wisdom and now the Miller family is teaching their 6-month-old son life-saving techniques for the water after their 19-month-old daughter tragically drowninged in a neighbor's pool. This morning, new hope for olympic skier bode Miller and his wife Morgan beckmiller. Morgan sharing this video O her Instagram story showing their 6-month-old son Easton's first swimming lessons less than a year after they lost their 19-year-old daughter in a tragic drowning accident. Oh. Reporter: Morgan getting emotional writing I cried tires of hope watching my baby boy learn this life-saving skill and then tears of sadness because it was all I had to do to keep my baby girl here. Easton was born 4 months after their daughter passed away after she fell into a neighbor's pool and drown. Two months after losing her baby girl she said I wish I could have one more day to hold you but until that day comes continue to work through me and give me the string to bring awareness, my love. All right. Reporter: The 32-year-old mother now doing just that getting herself to advocating for more awareness regarding childhood drowning sharing this video of their 4-year-old son Nash taking a refresher course. Good airplane arms. Reporter: According to the CDC drowning is the leading cause of death in children ages 1 to 4. There we go, yay. Reporter: As the summer approaches the Millers are sharing how they're keeping their kid safe in the hopes of sparing another family their tragic fate. He's getting in for ten minutes each day, infant swimming resources self-rescue that teaches them to roll on their babies to float, rest and breathe until help arrives. Thank you, linsey.
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