Chad (5) and Michael (3) have only been at Seal Swim School for a few months and it was time well spent. They had just received a small battery operated boat for the tub so we thought we would try them out in the spa. Chad let his go and it headed for the overflow while Michael's was running in a 6 inch circle. The instant I turned my head to adjust Michael's steering, I heard the splash. Somehow Chad fully dressed and wearing shoes had fallen into the deep end of the pool. I rushed around the spa to jump in and get him out. Just as I was ready to jump in I noticed Chad had taken control and kept himself from going under a second time, so I waited to see what he would do next. He looked around and got orientated to his location and then began his Reach and Pull training. In a few strokes he was pulling himself onto the step-out and out of the pool like he had been doing it all of his life. This validated our reason for getting the boys swim lessons. Our biggest fear since they came to live with us 2 years ago was that something like this would happen and we would not be around. We want to thank Seal Swim School and especially the instructors who with great patience and professional attitude work with Chad and Michael every week.