Wordless Wednesday: Conquering Fears

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  1. this would be my boys dream come true!!!

  2. Was this his fear, or yours? Glad everyone had fun and was safe. 🙂 Happy WW!

    • this was his fear. He was keen to do it, but very wary at the same time – I was very proud of him. He drove at speed into the tyre wall in his first ten seconds, but carried on and got the hang of it.

  3. How cool is that!! Great shots!!!

  4. Jenn @ Monkey Butt Junction on said:

    Awesome! Some of my favorite childhood memories involve riding three wheelers and four wheelers. We got hurt (I went over a ditch and the three wheeler landed on my ankle – OW!), we had fun, it was what childhood is all about.

  5. He did a great job!

  6. How fun – I love 4-wheeling! Who was more scared though, you or him?

  7. So cool. My boy would get such a kick out of that. Hope they had fun.

  8. Ce pilot straşnic avem aici.

  9. Same question as Kris: who was more afraid: him or you??

  10. What a brave, little man!

  11. Great photos!

    new follower here!!

  12. I was wondering the same thing….. Whose fear?

    Happy WW!

    • His. He did well. Towards the end, his friend tried to overtake on this inside and Bean blocked him off. Friend tried to squeeze up against the tyre wall and flipped the quad over (he wasn’t hurt). I thought Bean would stop at that point, but he didn’t even look back; he wanted to finish his go.

      He’s always been quite hesitant at anything that takes him away from two feet firmly on the floor, so this was a big step. And his friend’s birthday party.

  13. Awww so cute! I miss my four wheeler!
    Thanks for stopping by KreativeKaring and linking up for Wordless Wednesday! Would have been by here sooner, but we were hit with a bunch of snow yesterday, so it was a little crazy. lol
    I hope you have a great weekend!


  14. Julie on said:

    Wow! He seems to be a professional quad-rider! Such a cute little hero!

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