This week, Sally asked us to notice the curves around us.
There are so many curves in the house: bowls, toys, beads, the kiddo's rocks and blocks and even games.
I decided to focus on one thing in particular, however, and chose the kiddo's new bicycle. She couldn't be happier with the bike. It's black and red and totally her style.
So far, it's only been warm enough on a few days for her to ride it; and, let me say, she had a blast on those days.
We are still working on balancing and are slowly raising the training wheels. Whoever coined the expression "it's as easy as riding a bike" probably forgot what it was like to be six years old.
The kiddo enjoyed watching me take pictures of her bike and even posed for me.
The bicycle makes me remember that, while the kiddo is growing up, she is still a kid. She still needs my patience and understanding. She still needs my guidance and encouragement, my love and support. (Hopefully, she won't outgrow too many of those too soon.) :)
Sally, thank you once again for a wonderful challenge this week.
Please take time to visit Sally's blog and see what curves the other participants found.