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The Triplets Learn How to Ride a Bike [Video]

We’ve had quite a summer down here in Knoxville. And one of the highlights has been bike riding. See, this is the summer that the triplets officially learned how to ride.

See that pic? That’s of me and my little peanut and I don’t know why, but it’s one of my very favorites. But it could be looked at as deceptive advertising because of the three, Kirby was the least into the bike riding.

Which is totally okay. Everyone’s different, which means that different things appeal to different children. Plus, it’s not like she’s not into it at all. She is. It’s just the boys took to it a bit more.

Regardless, those hot summer days we spent in the driveway in pursuit of something as pure as learning to ride a bike are ones that should be immortalized forever. Which is why I did just that — immortalized them forever, that is, with the help of my Sony Handycam. But that’s not all the camera did. One of its features actually helped me teach the triplets to ride a bike.

Which, again, I caught on film. And while I’m so fired up to have documented this momentous occasion, Sam might have a different take about the whole matter.

Especially if I decide to bust this bad boy at his rehearsal dinner or something. Check it out:

A big thanks to Sony for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

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Want to capture your own family memories on video? We’re giving away two Sony Handycams! To enter for a chance to win, simply comment on any Sony-sponsored post (including this one) with an answer to the following question: what’s your favorite family memory? Contest runs through 11:59 p.m. EDT on September 30th, 2012, and you may enter once per post. Contest is open to U.S. residents only.

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