I Don't Wanna Grow Up

The continuing adventures of a boy and his tricycle.  I posted this a couple of months ago when Max first got his Apache tricycle.  Now watch today's video and measure his amazing progress, he actually uses his pedals, TA DA!  Rock and roll baby!  


Comments

RiverGirl said…
I'm impressed with how straight he goes given that he's was looking behind him so much.

But where is Max's bike helmet? He needs to learn early that he should always have one on.

My daughter's bike helmet saved her life last summer. A skateboarder crashed into her and she went head first into a rock, broke her arm and her helmet broke in half. She had a serious concussion, lost her memory and took weeks to recover. It is not worth the risk, put a helmet on him before you let him ride again.
A. said…
ooh he is a cutie!! such a pro now!
Hey, I had an apache tricycle myself!!! (back in the stone age...)
Melissa said…
Does he keep looking back to make sure that you're still filming? Or does he keep looking at J. thinking, "Man, stop FOLLOWING me!"
wayne said…
You go Max! I loved the drum set at the end. A bit of a surprise ending. Does it really make sound? OH MY if it does!
CancunCanuck said…
Rivergirl- Hard to find those teeny helmets, we managed to fine ONE that almost fits him, better than nothing. And he's happy as it has a "Cars" theme. He thinks it's a motorcycle helmet and doesn't want to take it off, I won't fight that!

a.- The Apache is a right of passage in Mexico I think, lol! I wish I had had one. :)

Melissa- He was actually telling me "No more pictures!", fighting off the paparazzi already.

Wayne- The drum kit is thankfully not in our house, lol! Yes, it does make noise, lots of it, but it's someone else's problem now haha.
Heather said…
1st- get your running shoes ready because this kid is about to take off.

2nd- i love the every attentive papa right behind him.

you guys rock!!!!
-h

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