Well... we did it.
After much begging and pleading on Trinity’s part we removed her training wheels.
Because, after all, she knows how to do everything, and those are just
Well . . .
“Pffft, kid’s stuff, Mom.”
This is a great step towards growing up! removing training wheels...kim
LOL I think taking of those training wheels is harder on the Mommy then the kiddos. Hurts our backs and our hearts:)
Oh she's a brave one and so are you for letting her try!
I remember the day we removed Buddy's. It involved a couple falls and then he got it. I hope the same was true for Trinity!
:) One step closer to being a big kid. Off with the training wheels. Awww they grow up fast
oh, it only gets more exciting from here...lol.
Wow what a brave girl...I have a teenager that knows everything. I wish i was as smart as her. I hope she masters the bike soon.
Congrats to Trinity! You go girlie!
These are the moments that make life worth blogging and living. Here's to us all for taking the training wheels off many things!!! Love that you posted this and love the photo!
way to go Trinity.. I am so proud of you..
That expression of jubilation says it all!
She's growing up....such a big deal removing the training wheels!!
Way to go! My son didn't want to EVER take off his training wheels, lol. I wish he would've been as adventurous as your little one.
So right! Who needs training wheels, leave them to the birds. Great pictures!! I have video of Drew riding one of the first times without the trainers. I can't believe it has been that long. Crap. Anyway, I still watch it on occasion...it always makes me laugh.
Oh we are yet to do that yet with my son... one of these days we are just going to have to try though.
That is a huge deal! She will always remember that day!
I missed this post!So happy for you Trinity--may you be free now!
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