Working out our parenting with fear and blogging
Aw! So cute. I think helmets should be required for swings like that. I know as a child, even years older than Eleanor, I would fall backward and bump my head. Maybe that's what's wrong with me...I know that's not very encouraging since it makes you nervous. Sorry. I suck.
The helmet idea might be a good one. We just got a bike seat ("WeeRide Centric-Safe") which came with a helmet, and Cedar now wants to wear it all the time. She is also disturbed that the dogs in Go, Dog, Go! are not wearing their helmets.
Yeah! She does do that. At my house she fell off the swing when it was going slow, because she suddenly let go with her hands, but she didn't even cry. If she falls into sand or other soft material, she should be ok. A bike helmet might work.
I received the most wonderful packet of happiness in the mail today...the contents quickly made their way to the fridge (by far the most frequented apparatus in the house). We miss ya'll terribly as well, I must say. I can't wait to hear of your new west-ward adventures! love, Brandy (and Ben, who is as I write currently in the audience of "Wait, wait, don't tell me")
Silas fell off the tire swing once, just as Joel was saying "tell me if you want to get down, OK?". He looked at Joel, opened his hands and fell off backwards.
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