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Old 12-19-2010, 08:19 PM
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just figured i'd share this as well. my boy is 3 and very into the water like his sister and dad. course thats lexi doing the filming and my nephew with him, Bo j.r that is.
you should see him on the lil quad,,,,

p.s give it a minute, its cool near the end. only 2 minutes about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDvAbeNijdc
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just figured i'd share this as well. my boy is 3 and very into the water like his sister and dad. course thats lexi doing the filming and my nephew with him, Bo j.r that is.
you should see him on the lil quad,,,,

p.s give it a minute, its cool near the end. only 2 minutes about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDvAbeNijdc
Very cool! I have driven a jet-ski at 65 before, but nothing comes close to riding on a performance boat! (See my response to your other thread.) I own a Mini Hawk, but that doesn't necessarily count
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Family of boat/ski owners! Love it!
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That is great but I think 3 years old is just a little to young to be operating any kind of water craft, safely.
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Could be. The skis are mine. Remotely disabled if needed. The body of water is specific to what we were doing.training. trained, licensed, insured. We also sell, svc, and rent water craft as well as give the safety course. My son knows how to swim and has reading/ visual comprehension. Has shown interest extremely early as all my children have and like myself have grown up in, on and around the water.
Safety first I agree...
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I don't think you're going to do anything stupid on the water with your son. In fact if I wanted someone to teach my son how to be safe on the water I would want you or someone like you to teach him. I bet he's proud of his big sister too and wants to be like her.
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I don't think you're going to do anything stupid on the water with your son. In fact if I wanted someone to teach my son how to be safe on the water I would want you or someone like you to teach him. I bet he's proud of his big sister too and wants to be like her.
thax cat, much appreciated. And pretty much no I wouldn't. We actually train other children as well, this summer Lex will be legally allowed to help out as well. Oh yeah where the hell u been?
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