Wednesday, November 18, 2009

WW - She's off

So this weekend while MFS and I went to Springfield to do a little Christmas shopping Michelle kept our kids. We brought Megans bike over so she had a bike to ride with the others when we put the bike on the porch Megan told me one her training wheels were lose I made an off hand comment that the last time we brought a bike with training wheels over I came back to a kid riding a 2-wheeler. We all laughed and while we were out we got these videos. My baby is not a baby anymore!

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We are so proud of her thanks Michelle for teaching yet another one of my kids to ride a bike.

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14 comments:

Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short) said...

That's always such a fun and big milestone for a child! They really seem grown up when they can ride without their training wheels.

Happy WW!

Olivia said...

Happy bike riding! We just had our first learn as well--at a friend's house of course!

blueviolet said...

Fantastic! She's a big girl now!

Brenda said...

Its so bittersweet to see them grow up.

My Two Army Brats said...

It's so much easier to teach someone else's kids. Same with potty training. I'm sending the new little one off to one of you when it's time to learn to ride a bike AND potty train. You're welcome!

Night Owl Mama said...

wowwohooo Great job and she's got to be so proud just like you are of her.
My son just learned to ride a 2 wheeler this summer the pride in his face is GREAT

Jen said...

Way to Go! What a great accomplishment. Now I just need to get my son convinced he need to learn to ride a bike. :)

Whimsical Creations said...

YAY!! Such a right of passage.

angie said...

Yahoo! Way to go!

Damama T said...

WAY TO GO MEGGIE! Be sure to look both ways!

Melissa said...

GREAT video.... I love, love, love to watch the kids as they learn that new "freedom"...

iheartbowheads.blogspot.com said...

Hooray!!!!!!

trassy dicosta said...

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My Two Army Brats said...

You're welcome!