A double-page layout with Bo Bunny's Alora line. I added some die cut accents from (I believe) Fancy Pants, a stripe of washi tape from We R Memory Keepers, and some clear stickers from SRM.
Learning to ride a bike. One of my favorite activities as a child. We spent half of our childhood riding bikes and the other playing kickball. I loved our family bike rides in Ohio, ending up at the ice cream place by the park where we'd get a soft serve cone.
My kids, to my dismay, were a bit less enthusiastic. Our neighborhood, even with the cul de sac, isn't the safest place to learn. We spent time last summer carting Thomas's bike to the empty school parking lot to teach him -- lots of room, no cars either driving or lining the street. It was a struggle, to put it nicely.
However, once we bought Rachel a new bike this spring we could no longer fit both of them in the back of the Dodge. So, we were essentially stuck in the neighborhood.
But don't underestimate the power of peer pressure! This May their friends decided that bike riding was the thing to do. And my kids wanted to join them. Real bad. We got both of them riding without help in about a day.
And that makes me happy..... and wanting my own bike..