Monday, April 20, 2015

As easy as riding a bike

This past weekend, Sara Beth was at a friends house, and decided that she wanted to try riding the bike that did not have any training wheels on it. To everyone's surprise, she got on and began riding without any help from an adult. That afternoon, she got home and asked me to take the training wheels off of her bike. I proceeded to do that and she rode her bike up and down the side walk for about an hour. When one of the neighbor 1st graders came out, Sara Beth thoughtfully got off her bike and tried to help her friend learn how to balance on her own too.

On Wednesday of this past week, I took the day off from work and volunteered at Sara Beth's school as the "Watch Dog". We had a great time. I got to sit next to Sara Beth in art class and make my own art project; we ate lunch together. I also helped out in some of the other class rooms and helped to clean up the cafeteria after all the grades were finished eating their lunches.
 After school that day, I decided to celebrate my day off by getting some shaved ice. Sara Beth chose "Princess Flavor" which was pink with pink sprinkles in it.
 Hudson asked for the "Blue one". I assumed that meant blue raspberry, and that is what he got. It turned out to be the correct flavor of blue and he proceeded to eat it with only minimal amounts getting all over everything.

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