5 09/19/2012 parenting Autism

He can do it.

He can do it.

He can do anything.
Anything he wants.

Remember when he told me that he wants to drive a car?
And I said that maybe we should work on tying his shoelaces? or riding his bike?

The shoelaces are still posing a challenge. We will continue to work on it.
But the bike riding?  Done.

(you will want to hit mute now, to avoid my voice – sorry. I really don’t sound like that – do I?) 

Approximately 5 minutes before I took this video he insisted I take the training wheels off.
He was ready. He did it. He got on and rode it right away.

He can ride a two wheeler.
WOW.

  • http://monstergirlee.blogspot.com monstergirlee

    GO GUYLER! That is awesome!

  • Julie

    that’s the greatest!

  • Nancy

    You are right
    with you on his side he can do anything!

  • Tracey

    Oh, YAY! YAY!! That’s wonderful… I’m beaming!
    (And your voice doesn’t sound weird at all, lady 🙂

  • Sara

    GO CUY!!!!!! Love it!!!!!!

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