Weekly Photo Challenge: Achievement (II)

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Saturday 15 November, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This week’s second entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge was taken this morning, and is of our son, a six year old nerd known as Cousin Spike Jnr, having just completed riding his bike for about 20 metres on his own. Ok, so every kid goes through that stage, but today, it was certainly his proud achievement!

Hope you enjoy this entry.

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The first entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Achievement’ (I)

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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/achievement/

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19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Achievement (II)

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  4. My son never could get the hang of riding a bicycle. Then, when he was at University and had a bar job that involved having to get home in the early hours, he bought a bicycle which he taught himself to ride in the supermarket car park at night, when there weren’t any cars around!

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  6. Just been through this frustrating process with my granddaughter. I just wanted to say ‘come on, come on, it is so easy’ and just when you think it is all hopeless off they go! Wonderful!

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  7. maamej says:

    Congrats! Having seen my son and his 4 half siblings through the learning to ride a bike challenge, I know just what you’ve all been going through and it’s an achievement well worth celebrating. Here’s to many fun bike rides ahead.

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  8. Sue Slaght says:

    Congrats to Cousin Spike Jr.! Although it is decades ago I recall the pride when our kids achieved this. Also am delighted to see the protective gear. Smart parents this little one has!

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  9. dayphoto says:

    The first step to independence! The next time that matches this excitement is driving a car all by yourself!

    Linda
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  10. AnnetteM says:

    Love the falling off protection.

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  11. tgeriatrix says:

    It’s a big step to ride a bike alone. A reason to be very proud!

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  12. Two thumbs up for Cousin Spike Jnr. ٩(˘◡˘)۶

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  13. Riding the bike on our own for the first time, is quite an achievement indeed.

    I still remember the day I did it 🙂

    Thank you so much for this post, Uncle spike, and congrats Jr. Spike… 🙂

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