Parenting Tip # 36 Learning How to Ride a Bike


Teaching your child how to ride a bike is a time-honored tradition and also a major pain in the ass. The first time daddy takes off the training wheels and teaches their child how to balance is a memory the child will look back on forever. So it is necessary to give them something to talk about in therapy because this day would not be complete unless the child is emotionally scarred. When your child looks up at you and says, “Daddy, I’m scared.” Remember this is the moment you let go of the bike and let them fall flat on their face. Also it’s important to make sure you teach them how to ride the bike on a busy street this will help them pick up biking faster because it’s ride or die. When on coming traffic approaches they need to pedal as fast as they can. Also the bigger the incline the better. Important follow up tip: Protective gear is for pussies, helmets and pads should be left on the shelf in the garage, unless Mommy comes home early.



Filed under comedy, family, funny, humor, Parenting

5 responses to “Parenting Tip # 36 Learning How to Ride a Bike

  1. we never had helmets and protective gear in the early 70’s when I learned to ride… lol.

    “it’s ride or die” lololol ur soooo bad.

  2. I love it! It reminds me of that damn tree I kept hitting when I was learning.

    This is timely, as I just wrote about bicycle riding in my blog yesterday. Your post is much more entertaining.

  3. Seth

    I actually secretly agree with not wearing helmets or pads! I never have and never will! The kids have to by law but not me!

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