Saturday, July 6, 2013

Someone Finally Learned to Ride a Bike!

It's hard to teach kids how to do things they don't show any interest in doing.

So much of me wished teaching a kid how to ride a bike was a class at the Y. Classes exist (not at the Y) to teach fifteen year old's how to drive a car. Bikers have to know rode safety to.

We have no sidewalks, Daddy and I have different work schedules and Mica showed little to no interest in learning to ride a bike.

Daddy had been working with him. I went to check out his stuff. Little man can ride. He's a little clumsy at times, but he can ride.

He almost ran over this:

Then he almost ran over Daddy:

He says he knows how to work his brakes, but I never saw those in action today. He stops with his feet. He did go all the way around the track though. One has to start somewhere! I think he was trying to impress me because Daddy said he hasn't gone that far!

Now we have to teach Isaak how to ride. Sigh! He just goes around with his scooter or big wheel/trike thing. He looks too giant for his big wheel/trike!


Ai Sakura said...

you know, I don't know how to ride a bike!! outrageous I know.. but I remember the first time my mum brought me to the park to teach me to ride we got into a car accident and we never went back again ;p

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Masshole Mommy said...

Congratulations! What an accomplishment :)

mail4rosey said...

Big congrats, that's awesome!

Anonymous said...

That's SO exciting! WTG!

Theresa Mahoney said...

Yay! Now that's a proud moment when you finally learn to ride a bike! Congrats!

Unknown said...

Evan just needs help getting on and going without falling over...once he us going he dies great. Elijah on the other hand still needs practice:-)

~ Noelle said...

awesome!!!! we have sidewalks at our house, so we are excited about it.. but, broxton loves his tricycle more... he calls it his speed bike :)

Unknown said...

congrats!! Once you learn you never forget!

Eat To Live said...

How GREAT!! Now he will really be on the move.


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