I was in charge of watching my youngest grandson for the day, he is now hooked on model T's. I found out the hard way my daughter did not appreciate me letting him get his hands a little dirty.
He does look happy behind that steering wheel.
Thanks for posting.
"Red eye" effect removed.
Better set your daughter straight. He was doing what he should be doing. Dirty hands are a good thing and should be appreciated. They're a sign of getting things done. In the case of toddlers, that thing is exploring and experiencing the world. That's their job.
Right on, Steve. He's a boy, so he needs to be raised as a boy.
Girls & women ? Well I don't understand them so I can't comment. All I've learned in 50 years of marriage is to keep my mouth shut and nod at the right times.
Mark...never put "OT" in front of a great photo like that...You hafta wonder what is going through his head....Right there is the future of our hobby......I have a photo of my nephew , standing inside a stack of five tires on the back of my TT frame when I was 16,and he was 1&1/2.....And yes you get your hand dirty...
In another 6 months,,,he'll need a little wooden tool box ,and some wrenches ...Carl......."Movin' On"
Good for you- my grandson has put hundreds of miles on my T in the garage, but yesterday was his first real ride! He loved it.
I have a driver too.
Yesterday ,my grand daughter get her first drivers lesson.
This is child abuse and should be stopped !
Everyone knows that video / virtual gaming is the only safe way to raise a child.
Wassamattayoo people ???
Here are my pictures with grandson Logan (7 years old) waiting for the Ventura County Fair Parade to begin...
We won a trophy which I gave to Logan. That was August 2013.
This year August 2, 2014 we are in the Parade again. It is Logan's birthday (turning 8 years old). We will take pictures!
Very special times!