victory.

It’s been a few weeks since this happened. So I guess it’s time to share. After this traumatic post from last year you guys rose to the occasion, giving us all sorts of great ideas for how to get our Pi’bears riding her two wheeler.

I tried the one training wheel trick mentioned by a few of you and it worked like a charm!

It took her about 10 minutes of riding with only one before she got the hang of it and asked me to take it off.

Although I don’t actually have any pictures of her riding solo. She is still a safety conscious little thing and mama had to be close at hand.

But she can do it.

That’s one more first behind us.

And if you ask her how she feels about it. I’m pretty sure it would look something like this…

Way to go girlfriend.

MicheleMay 9, 2012 - 9:01 pm

Oh my, CONGRATULATIONS! I love that last photo!

laurenMay 9, 2012 - 9:47 pm

yay for sarah… she looks so proud! that is awesome!

Jessica WMay 10, 2012 - 5:23 am

This is something we need to work on too! Maybe we’ll try to the one training wheel trick this weekend.

Tara S.May 10, 2012 - 12:55 pm

I laughed when I read this post because 4 weeks ago my cautious 5 year-old daughter finally learned how to ride her bike without training wheels. I remember reading your post about Sarah and thinking how much she reminded me of my own daughter. You know what did the trick for my daughter? Her 3 year-old brother taking off on his first “big boy bike” without any training wheels 🙂 In an instant, she had the motivation she needed to JUST DO IT! And she did 🙂

Aunt May May!May 10, 2012 - 2:57 pm

Way to go SARAH! So proud of you!! The sheer look of terror in the third picture from the bottom is priceless..

AmyMay 10, 2012 - 9:35 pm

Way to GO, Sarah!

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