Yesterday the kids and I took our bikes to the park. They thought it was the best thing ever. Mostly because I just learned how to ride a proper bike (one without a banana seat and tassels) a few years ago. So they think it's awesome that I figured this out and actually want to bike it with them.
But at the same time the kids are (rightfully) untrustworthy of my new skill. So they keep looking backwards to make sure I'm upright. Which makes their own bikes veer dangerously and causes me to yell "LOOK AHEAD! DON'T LOOK AT ME! DONTLOOKATME!!"
And since I'm already doing the slowest of pedal revolutions so that I can pace myself with their wee legs I am a little wobbly. And every so often the kids will randomly slam on their bike brakes and cause me to veer into the grass so I don't run them down.
It's quite a sight, but fun as all get out. I'm sure the neighbors hear us crashing and yelling all the way to the park. We're totally going to do it again tonight.