Monday, January 26, 2009

Abi's Driving?

Yes, he is, in fact, here's the video as solid evidence that he did. Have fun!

So, what?! I was right! He did drive but his Daddy's with him..hehe! That was when we went out to my in-laws ranch in Rocksprings, TX. Since it was a private property, it's not illegal to not have kids in their car seat and since Andy know how much Abi wants to get a hold of the steering wheel, he let Abi had the time of his life by letting him do what he wanted. He enjoyed it so much. In fact, when we went back to home, each time we'd go out, he wanted to sit with his Dad on the driver's seat. Unfortunately, we don't want to get a ticket or worst, be in prison for letting him do that here.

Starts at Two


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