Rick made him practice without pedals and a lowered seat to get a sense of balance...
Then, they worked on curbs and turning for quite a while after he "got it."
Many moons ago, I met a boy (really, we were just kids), and through a weird twist of fate he became MY boy...and later my husband...and then the father of my children. So, this is life with my boys--I wouldn't have it any other way!
When the surgeon pulled me into the little post-surgery consultation room, he told me that Rick's gall bladder was "rotten." I had no clue that an organ could become gangrenous! Rick has suffered for years with sensitivity to food. He has had an endoscopy, he was once checked for kidney stones, but no one was ever able to find the problem. Since the surgery Rick has lost 15 lbs. and has slowly added food back into his diet. Wouldn't you know it? He's not reacted to one thing he has eaten! We think he's been having gall bladder attacks for about a year-and-a-half and food sensitivity/GI issues for over four years. So, what flipped our lives upside-down for a week actually brought an end to years of suffering. Thank you, God!