Yep, you read the title right, Daddy is a thief!!
He claims that last night he was updating a post for me on his phone and "accidentally" pasted something over the top of it and lost it. Then, he conveniently posted my video on his blog. Can't trust anyone these days...
So tonight, I am not going to trust him and his accidentally on purpose "mistakes" and will instead post this video myself. It is a good one too because as you can see. What I don't understand is why I can ride so fast but on camera, it looks slow. It must be an optical illusion.
Riding the bike is a lot of fun so far but as you can see in the video, getting around the tight corners is a bit of a problem and the "hills" are a bit steep for me if I don't get up enough speed. I still haven't worked out how to use the brakes though. Daddy says that I need to push back on the peddles but that seems very counter-intuitive to me so, I just peddle more.
Oh by the way, Daddy has told me that he used to fall off his bike a "fair bit" as a kid and so far, every time I go with him I have fallen. I never fall with Mummi and Pappa. I figure it is Daddy's bad biking vibes that cause the crashes. And probably the hill I went down a bit fast. One thing about falling though, it isn't so bad and I shake it off and get back on. anyway, I have pink squirrel head to keep me safe.
I am 2 years and 8 months old next week which means that in a few years, I will be ready to go pro and climb the Pyrenees in the Tour de France. I am going to do it "all natural" too and take the training wheels off as I don't want to be accused of cheating in such a clean sport.
Unfortunately, last night and today it has snowed a lot so we aren't going to be riding tomorrow, but hopefully on the weekend it is better and I can get out there to hear the whistling wind flow past my ears at high speed.
Born to ride.
And hey Daddy - No more stealing - write your own posts.