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This is a thank you to my father for all he has done for me.
I am positive that I am not always the best example, or even a good example to my children some of the time.
so I am teaching my 2yo how to ride a bike and skateboard. it maybe a bit early, but he is “getting” the concept. he will get on his bike and peddle. he likes to lay on the skateboard (the one with wheels still on) and push himself around.