Lili learned to ride her bike without training wheels, no training wheels, no training wheels.
A Facebook friend gave me some tips about teaching kids to ride bikes.
- Lower the seat so that the child can easily touch the pavement.
- Remove the pedals so they won't impede the child from scootching around with their feet.
- And remove the training wheels.
For two weeks I had Lili scootch around on her bike. At first, she had no balance. But by the end of two weeks, she could pick her feet up and glide. I added the pedals back on, and seriously within three tries she figured it out.
I need to post a picture of the AMAZIN' dinner Kulani cooked me for Mother's Day: broiled lobster tail, peas, salad, and filet mignon with a shrimp topping. I love you, Sweetie! And as a gift for myself and you, I bought a tool set at the Ace Hardware grand opening, so I will no longer have to borrow your set and leave them out or hidden where you can't find them. It even came with a fashionable tote bag. Tote, tote!