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A guest post from none other than Mr. Incredible, himself.

Jack Jack loves motorcycles.  But somehow he missed out on his turn up and down our little street a few days ago.  Today he about popped out of his skin when I gave him his first ride on our 110cc wonder.

two on a bike

A bit jealous, Dash ran down the street after them.  Well played little man.

three on a bike

Now Violet is turning green.  Only one way to fix that.

four on a bikeStill plenty of room for Mom!  [Next post, I guess]  Here in Afghanistan the act of getting from here to there can be a lot more fun- and really cheap.  I think the gas tank holds about two quarts.  We see families of 5, 12 foot sticks of pipe and even drums of fuel on/beside/over/behind motorcycles.

And while shopping, no pesky windows to leave up while Jr naps.

This is actually a beautiful testament to how community works here.  While his dad was in a shop, everyone kept half an eye on the sleeping kiddo.

asleep on the bikeNext post- 172 water melons in a taxi.

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