Saturday, March 29, 2008

An Early Start for Kevin

Last weekend it was snowy and bad weather. Kevin had been in the house all day Saturday and by evening was literally bouncing off the walls. As I was watching him do wind sprints from one end of the house to the other I had one of the few truly brilliant ideas I've ever had: put the kid's bike on the trainer!!

I got Kevin to slow down long enough to make the suggestion and his eyes lit up like it was Christmas morning. "Oh, YES!" he said. So we took the bike down to the basement and he got on the biking shoes that BlueEyedBikinBabe got him for his birthday and off he went.

As you can tell from the picture, he's been watching me ride :). He found some of my old comic books that I have laying around (because I'm not smart enough to preserve them as they should be) and he played with the gears and did sprints on the bike.

Maybe he'll grow up to be the next Lance ;)


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