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July 19, 2008


Mo Moss

I remember when I taught my oldest to ride a bike. We had been visiting the grandparents and dad and I had purchased the bike for him before we left for our visit. The agreement was, he must learn how to ride it while there. Well, the day before we left, I went to the store and bought a six pack of Pepsi. I bribed him, he had to ride the bike without the training wheels and the six pack would be his. He did it and we looked good when he, the bike and I returned home!!!!!


omg, been there done that...and i also realized i cant run like i thought i could. tee,hee,hee i was wonderful to see my son able to ride ....hugs

Janet S

Way to go, Dylan! I know you are a proud Momma for that one. I think Dylan deserves a cute card marking his feat!


OMG! That is too funny! The candy bar could have been more if you hand't run with your child and his bike! You earned it! I remember teaching my son to ride his bike - turn about is fair play as he turned around a couple of years later and taught his sister how to ride her bike! Too cute picture you added too! Just think how full his heart was of love for his Momma for helping him too!

susan todd

Way to go Dylan!!! HAHA I had to laugh at the part where you said that you couldn't run .... that's why my husband taught my daugther how to ride her bike! :):)


so precious with each new accomplishment. russ will love what you two have done.

Vicki (CraftCrazy98)

Julie~ I had to laugh when I read your post about Dylan learning to ride a two wheeler... I hear ya, girl! My 7 year old finally learned a few weeks ago and it had NOTHING to do with me running behind him... go figure! DH ended up taking the training wheels off an older (and smaller) bike and Nathan learned on his own. I'm so proud of him just as you are of Dylan. I guess our "babies" are growing up : ( Congrats to Dylan!

Kathy Brown

Way to go Dylan!!! Way to go Mom!! What a wonderful task to learn with the help of mom. Love the pic.

Julie (Joypup on SCS)

That is such a cool photo. Yay, Dylan! Yay, Mom! Now the candy might not be a good thing, but you deserve it. Way to go!


way to go kido just keep peddeling

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