Bethany Hamilton is currently pregnant with her second baby, but that’s not stopping her from fulfilling her mommy and coach duties to her two-year-old son, Tobias. The professional surfer took her tyke to the beach last week, and taught him how to hang 10 on a longboard.

On Friday, the 27-year-old athlete took to Instagram to share an adorable bonding time photo with her firstborn. In the snap, Hamilton is seen guiding Tobias on how to stand properly on top of a longboard. It appears the soon-to-be mother of two is preparing her son in case he’ll want to follow in her footsteps, according to People.

Many of Hamilton’s followers on Instagram found her post adorable and inspiring, so they left her positive messages. “You are seriously amazing! And so is God, seriously being able to surf with one arm, and little one +bring [sic] pregnant! That is a miracle,” one wrote. “You are so amazing, inspiring and an amazing mother,” another commented.

Quite visible in Hamilton’s post is her growing baby bump. Last month, the shark attack survivor announced the pregnancy news by uploading a sweet video clip of her getting a kiss on the belly from Tobias. Before the clip ends,  Hamilton’s husband, Adam Dirks, joins in to say that another baby “is on the way.”

On Oct. 21, Hamilton posted a follow-up for her fans. This time, she shared a picture of her and Tobias standing by the beach in their native Hawaii with “20 weeks” written on the sand in front of them. “20 weeks along and feeling excited everyday! For those who don’t know 20 weeks is about halfway along in pregnancy,” she captioned her post.

Hamilton and Dirks tied the knot in 2013. They competed in “The Amazing Race” Season 25 in 2014 before welcoming their first child on June 1, 2015. Aside from Hamilton’s career in surfing, she is also mostly known for the film “Soul Surfer,” which chronicled her life and how she managed to get back on track after losing an arm to a shark attack on Oct. 31, 2003.

Recalling the terrifying incident that happened when she was just 13, Hamilton wrote a meaningful message on social media last week. “Today, I’m thankful to be alive! I look back and would not change that day otherwise. God can truly turn pain into beauty. We can grow through our hard times and overcome.”