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One family was filled with skilled boaters and water-skiers. They often skied not on nice, glassy lakes but on the huge, choppy Chesapeake Bay.

To one preschool nephew, however, the experience was absolutely horrifying. It seemed to him that everyone would be thrown overboard and lost in the abyss as the boat blasted through rough seas, rolled over swells, and drove alongside massive ships.

The little toddler did the one sane and wise thing he could think to do—he laid down flat on the floor of the boat and cried for shore! Eventually he calmed down enough to talk with relatives, play with toys, eat his snacks—but all from the floor of the boat. To him it was the only safe spot on the water.

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