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Thursday, May 11, 2006

Riding...


...with PsychoT

17 comments:

zahava (mrs. treppenwitz) said...

I had the same 5-speed kelly green Schwinn you're riding when I was in high school! LOL! Was the proud product of my summer as an au-pair wages!

But where's YOUR helmet? Gotta set an example.... :-)

PsychoToddler said...

I know, they are all in use. I have to get one.

cruisin-mom said...

May I say that you are dressed quite nicely for a bike ride...me, it would be jeans and tennies. (probably called sneakers back there, right?)
The P.T. is so cute!

Wickwire said...

How precious. Your baby is growing up.

Doctor Bean said...

I can confirm with first hand experience that the P.T. is incredibly cute.

Is that a "For Sale" sign behind you? When do we move??!!

Rachel said...

Love it! As we have discussed in our off-site emails, this may mean more than you even know...and you never know when you are making a memory. What a cute kid!

PsychoToddler said...

CM: It kinda went like this: I came home, I ate something, Mrs. B said: "The PT wants to go riding. Here's a bike."

Wickwire: Yours too!

DB: You should know that corner pretty well by now. That's "The Big Wig's" block on the way to shul.

Rachel: Thank you.

Ezzie said...

Awww! Memories for the future! Now, get a helmet! What if there's a tractor on the road?! Or a cow?!

MoChassid said...

Two comments:

You call that a BIKE?

and,

Where is YOUR helmet?

PsychoToddler said...

Hey, that thing is a classic!

Enough with the helmet already! I'm going to Target to get one!

Kiwi the Geek said...

If you stayed on the sidewalk, you probably didn't need a helmet. But if you live in a quiet residential neighborhood, get out on the street and start teaching bike rules. Like, "If you ever ride on the left side of the street, your bike will be locked in the garage for a week."

I thought Jewish girls had to wear dresses all the time? Must be one of those MO heresies. I was reading a site the other day where some commenters wouldn't allow 3yo girls to wear pajamas, and they had to wear skirts and *tights* in kindergarten no matter how hot it was. And they still had to 'act' tznius, which I don't know the meaning of, but which probably makes it hard to play in the sandbox. Boy, the things I learn when PT and family use heblish.

Mrs. Balabusta said...

I only put a dress on my soon to be 5 year old for Shabbos and when she specifically asks for it. Otherwise, she wears pants, and if we are having a good day, underpants too.

When she gets "aware" she will want to look like her friends I guess.

Kiwi the Geek said...

She has a problem with underpants?! No wonder she's known as the Psychotoddler!

PsychoToddler said...

It depends on who gets her dressed. If Iguana does it, she sometimes forgets the underpants.

Also she INSISTS on wearing these thick training underpants (still cotton) because the thinner ones "get stuck in my tushie."

PsychoToddler said...

And before you say anything--yes she's almost 5 and perfectly capable of dressing herself. But it takes her FOREVER so we usually assign someone to supervise and provide constant redirection.

Kiwi the Geek said...

WHY does your blog always lose my comments?

And before you say anything--

Sorry, I get kinda obsessive sometimes. I think I have ADD.

My 6yo Sweetie still doesn't get dressed by herself. Then she wouldn't have anybody to whine to about being cold. I'm not very sympathetic though, because she refuses to put anything on till everything is off. Also, I have to help her pick out the clothes. Here in Wisconsin, where the weather changes every five minutes, the wise choice of clothes is crucial to having a good day.

the thinner ones "get stuck in my tushie."

I can relate. ;o)

PsychoToddler said...

Does your underwear get stuck in your tushie too?