A Thousand Words Thursday

Cheaper Than Therapy

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October, 2005
The first ride without training wheels. Can you see that smile on his face? Well, both of their faces!


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  1. Audrey said...

    I was just wondering, do you ever sleep Jen?! It's so early when you post! Oh, I love the picture by the way!!!

  2. Mrs4444 said...

    I hope you don't mind me linking to yesterday's TLT post! Your pic is a classic; may your little guy find all new skills so easy to learn and may he always have more than enough loving support around him as he stretches his wings :)

    OMG-You're going to BlogHer in Chicago, too?! I am SO excited!!!

  3. April said...

    how awesome!!!

  4. Piece o' Coconut Cake said...

    Oh, my, I'm dreading that moment! I think Peanut will be 12 before she allows her training wheels to be removed!

  5. kel said...

    aww! what a big boy!

  6. Proud Mommy said...

    What a BIG moment. They grow up way too fast!!!!

  7. Kristen Andrews said...

    what a great pic, I love when Dad and kiddo are proud of themselves.

  8. Dee said...

    Awww..YAY! They're so proud!

  9. Sarah said...

    That's so exciting to learn new things! I remember those moments with each of my kids...pure joy! Check out my pic!

  10. ParentingPink said...

    Awesome! My daughter just learned to ride too! Isn't it great?!

  11. The Heckathorns said...

    Awesome picture! That's good excerise...running next to a kiddo that just learned to ride a bike...although it looks like your hubby is hovering...his feet aren't touching the ground. ;)

  12. Lindsay said...

    wooohooo way to go!!

  13. Tara R. said...

    That one is definitely worth 1,000 words. Excellent shot!

  14. Janel@Dandelion Dayz said...

    Oh, sooo sweet!

    Hope you are feeling better.

  15. Average Girl In Average World said...

    Awww... That is priceless!!!

  16. Sabrae said...

    yay!!!!! no training wheels!

  17. Paper Propaganda said...

    Ahh! that's cute! huge smiles too!!

  18. Tony said...

    training wheels off next is dating, :-0
    Ok- so yesterday's post I owe you a thank you. I was able to get a great stocking stuffer from Kristen. Nice.. Thanks, Check off the list. be well.

  19. Jo-Jo said...

    Either I waited longer than usual or this A Thousand Word Thursday is really picking up! I am usually closer to the beginning! Love the pic!

  20. Amy @ Thoughts from the Mrs. said...

    That picture just melts my heart. I can't wait for the day my son learns how to ride a bike. What a day that will be. :)

  21. Cheryl Lage said...

    What a moment to capture! LOVE IT!
    I may have to jump in on thisone later this afternoon.... :)

    Great image, Jen!

  22. Just A Mom (call me JAM for short) said...

    It's such a big day when that happens. We live in a court and all the neighborhood kids have learned to ride in it over the years (including my own). They go round and round and round..... Great memories.

  23. ali said...

    Cool that that truck has your logo on its back window:)

  24. Brittany said...

    Pure joy!

    And yes, roomie fun 09!

  25. Drama Mama said...

    That is Priceless! I can remember when my son was learning...oh what an accomplishment!

  26. georgie said...

    GREAT PIC!
    I remember those days *sigh* sometimes I wish i could turn back time

  27. Bee Repartee said...

    Aww, he looks so proud (Dad, too)

    I notice you now have blog ads on the back window of that Chevy. Tell me how that works. :)

  28. Jennifer said...

    That is so awesome! I can't wait till my boys are there.

  29. Sass said...

    Dads totally rock, don't they? ;)

    Loved the picture. I posted one, but I'm a big talker, so I probably literally added 1000 words of my own. ;)

  30. ExtraordinaryMommy said...

    What a wonderful picture! The joy of kiddo milestones is always so fantastic!

  31. Marla said...

    these are great moments aren't they? Ben recently tried to show me no hands and was so concerned that i was watching he crashed... it was almost funny ;)

  32. Noob Mommy said...

    Before I know it, my LO will be riding a bike too!

  33. Tena said...

    awww that is a great picture! I can't tell who is more proud, your boy or daddy! Very cute capture

  34. Clare said...

    What a proud Daddy and little boy!!! What an exciting moment, so fun that you captured it!!

  35. Ranch Girl said...

    I love how both of hubby's feet are off the ground!

  36. Jennifer said...

    Go, Lil Dude, GO!!!

  37. flickrlovr said...

    Such a sweet capture of a precious childhood moment!

  38. Amy said...

    Jen, just found your blog. . .great idea for Thursdays! I will be participating from now on as well as tuning in to your blog!

    Many Blessings,

    Amy

  39. Petra a.k.a The Wise (*Young*) Mommy said...

    Aw man! So cute. Those are the moments to tuck away forever!

  40. Musings of a Housewife said...

    Isn't that just the BEST!? I love it!

  41. McMommy said...

    That is the best feeling in the whole world. THE BEST!!! Both for the kid and for the parents!

  42. Semi-Slacker Mom said...

    I forgot to add my name last night!

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