Doesn't that just put a lump in your throat? A bigger bike today ... a car tomorrow. *sigh* I remember those days. It looks like she's doing a great job! And I love her bike!Write From Karen
Hooray!My son also learned to ride without training wheels last summer!How wonderful!Happy WW
my daughter is so excited to ride her bike! but it's still kinda chilly...pretty soon! i bet ur daughter enjoyed that ride!
how exciting!!!!!!! what a milestone, love it!!
I think buying bigger bikes is a right of passage as they grow up! She looks like she had no problems adjusting to the bigger bike. :-D
Way to go! That's a cool bike, too.
One of their first tastes of independence is being able to ride away from us unfettered by training wheels. They always know just how far to go before coming back to safety!Happy WW!
Great pictures! I remember when my kids were that age now I have to wait for my grandbaby that age!Happy WW!
Very cool! Happy Wordless Wednesday!Cascia @ Healthy Momshttp://thehealthymoms.blogspot.com
Thank God for cameras. It's great to be able to have a photo for things like these. My oldest son is not interested at all in riding without his training wheels. When I was a kid, bike riding was one of my favorite hobbies. It's a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing.
Yes, I remember those days. Now I'm getting ready to purchase the kids real divers license no more permit and driving with mom and dad, so scary. Guess every stage of their lives we let go a little more. cherish those pictures!
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oh no training wheels! Very impressiveHappy ww
I remember my first bike and my mom running behind me holding onto the seat. thanks for sharing.
My little guy got one too on his 5th birthday last April 8. No doubt that's a lot of fun! Thanks for dropping by!
Awww...they grow up too fast!
That is very cool! Is something that I'm sure will not ever be forgotten!
Hi Sue,Cute pictures, I like her new bike & picture #4 bike trail road. I still remember trying to learn how to ride my bike, it wasn't easy for me at first. She will have lots of fun this summer! :-)
well looks like shes on her way to the big times bike today car tomorrow i remember when i was a kid i actually built my first bike out of some parts i got from different friends i built me a chopper first time on it my front brake fell off into the spokes and fliped me but after a long hot bath and treating my wounds i got back on it and off i went
So cute! Thanks for sharing!
Great pictures. Beautiful memories when you look back at later years.Shrek from MyBlogLog
Thanks everyone! She's ridden it about 4 or 5 times now & getting better at it, even though "MOm" is still paranoid about it - lol.