Wednesday, April 21, 2010

SEW & WW: First bike ride

Last month we put some training wheels on Bearhug's old bike so that Little Bitty could start learning to ride. He is, after all, about the same age that his brothers were when we got their first bikes.

He was sooo excited!

Dh started off walking with him (even though he had the training wheels on).

Once it seemed that Bitty was getting the hang of it, dh let go.

Of course, after pedaling just a few feet, Bitty decided to try making a turn...

...which would've been no big deal, except that he turned at the high point of the hill in the yard.

Dh and I both went running to catch him before he crash-landed at the bottom... dh made it there first so I snapped a picture (hehe).

As you can see by the big grin, Bitty wasn't scared at all. He thought it was great fun and wanted to ride down the hill again! Uh... no, Bitty. Stick to the sidewalks, little dude!

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Anonymous said...

Wow - great photo sequence! Big smile here 'watching' Bitty learn! Soon your whole family will be bike-riding!


Sara on April 21, 2010 at 9:01 AM said...

Oh, these are amazing pictures for the "First Ride"!! Happy WW!

Adoption of Jane on April 21, 2010 at 9:31 AM said...

Look at the excitement!! So cute! I absolutely dig how postcard perfect your neighborhood looks!

K- floortime lite mama on April 21, 2010 at 12:21 PM said...

He is choooooo cute and look at him riding so beautifully - we need to get R a real bike too

Ron Cooper on April 21, 2010 at 6:09 PM said...

In training, and looking very determined!

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Anonymous said...

I love that happy face!!! His smile and enthusiasm is contagious!

Beverly on April 23, 2010 at 12:11 PM said...

how exciting. my Noah will not push his legs to peddle. I keep praying.


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