Friday, April 04, 2008

Two is Better than Four

On Monday I received these lovely roses
from a man other than my husband.



His name is Jason.





He's quite handsome.






Too bad he's only five years old.



A few weeks ago I decided that it was rather pathetic that a bunch of 5 and 6 year olds were riding their bikes with training wheels. Three days later, everyone knew how to ride a bike. Four kids now have the ultimate childhood freedom.

9 comments:

Melissa said...

Hey Mindy, I hope you remember me, but how could you forget,I am pretty sure I was your favorite friend, okay so if you can't figure it out it's me Melissa (Meppen). So blog stalking paid off today!!! I was so excited to find you it was rather random how I did anyway it's fun to see your cute family and how gorgeous you still are!!! Hope you don't mind I will keep checking on you and add you to my blog unless you have an objection!!!!

janet said...

how COOL is that? Now whenever these kids think back to the day they first learned to ride, they will say... "my dad didn't teach me, Bradley's mom did."

that is quite the task to take on and it deserves flowers!

Amy Johnson said...

You are a good person!!!!! I don't know ANYONE other than you that would have the patience to do that....even if they were their own kids! That's a great pic too!

tara said...

I always knew you were so stinkin' fun! i wish i'd gotten to know you better when we lived in Houston. yay for blogs... and cool neighborhood moms, like you! Did SOMEBODY take pictures? what a fun memory!

I need to go out and teach Hannah... you've inspired me!

Andrea said...

You are a nice neighbor and deserve those flowers! My mom told me that when I learned to ride a bike I said, "This is the best day of my life!" (For being the best day of my life I'm surprised I don't remember it better!)

Jennifer said...

That's great! I've got a 5 1/2 year old who is torn between desire and nerves. Please tell me your secret.

Annie said...

How cute Mindy! I love that you got roses for it too! :)

Kaylene said...

Awww! How sweet!

Jodie Haney said...

Please, blog about how to do that! You are Mom of the year.

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