1.13.2010

A Boy and His Bike

14 comments:

  1. Thank you for posting this! Totally warmed my heart to see him riding...I hope M is able to do the same someday. Yippee, Leo!

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  2. Love it. Love how he bursts into song in the end!

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  3. Awesome argyle sweater, awesome bike riding, awesome singing, awesome boy!

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  4. Great video! I am enjoying your blog so much. Who made your tricycle? We have been looking for something suitable for our son too, but I've never seen this one. It's perfect!

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  5. WOOHOO! That is awesome! I hope to be able to get my boys to learn how to use a bike someday soon. What kind of bike is that? It looks perfect!

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  6. too super dee-duper great! Love how he carefully worked on backing up the bike to get out of a 'tight spot.'

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  7. Now that's FABULOUS! What a great feeling.

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  8. Usually I just lurk, but that was awesome! Good job Leelo, that really made me smile.

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  9. Ginjoint3:16 PM

    O.K., is it me, or does Leelo sound a bit British? As soon as he asked for the straw, I thought of "Please, sir, may I have some more?" from Oliver! Go Leelo!

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  10. I love this. Your encouraging voice, your lovely son pedaling along, his sweet singing. Thanks for sharing it. :-)

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  11. http://worksmancycles.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/juvenileadaptive.html is Leo's bike, but we got it from another family whose kid outgrew it. Free to good home! We're a good home.

    It is fun to see him so happy!

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  12. Anonymous7:03 PM

    ha I love the britishish accent too! lol too funny.

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  13. That bike is fantastic!

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