I am sure that most of you have heard about the 7 year boy from Weber County, Utah that took his parents car for a joyride on a Sunday morning because he didn't want to attend church. As I was watching that I began to have fears that would be my child and could possible be my fault for giving him toys that could teach him how to drive.
Jackson who is now 4 received a Power Wheels Jeep for his 2nd birthday. Looking back I am wondering what I was thinking getting him a jeep when he was so little but he loved it and was able to drive it. He has become the best little driver I have ever seen...Here he is on his 2nd birthday with Carson who is only 6 months at the time.Since then he has now mastered the skill of driving..he can back around corners, park, maneuver he jeep in tight places all in matter of less than 2 years. Carson who is now 2 1/2 has since figured out how to drive the jeep and has claimed it as his since Jackson has been riding his two wheeler.
But last night there was two little girls that are 2 years old that received jeeps recently and they were out in the neighborhood driving so this meant my boys had to get theirs out. So we had a little Jeep party. It was quite cute. Here are some pictures...
Jackson and Trinity (both share the same birthday April 11th just 2 years apart)
Carson and Olivia..he wanted to drive her jeep :) They took the ladies on a little ride..Carson and Olivia were having a good time until Carson tried to put his arm around her...she wanted nothing of that so she tried to bolt out of the jeep without him stopping..I laughed and thought he goes life for boys and girls :)