On Monday morning, Jill Dillard revealed that her four-year-old son, Israel, has reached a special milestone. In an Instagram post, the Duggar daughter said that they took the training wheels off Israel’s bike.
Along with the caption, she shared a few pictures of her kids. The first one is of Israel on his big boy bike without training wheels. The four-year-old is also wearing a dog helmet from the kids’ show Paw Patrol.
In the next photo, Israel and his two-year-old brother, Samuel, are playing in the dirt. The last picture is of Samuel standing in the dirt and looking at the camera. In her caption, Jill mentioned that they took a break from their walk to play in the dirt.
In her stories, Jill also shared a couple videos of Israel riding his bike. He is just getting started but seems to be doing a great job already. He’s taking it slow as he gets used to it. She even said he could ride uphill already.
Jill also said that the weather is lovely, which is why they’re spending so much time outside. She sees it as a good opportunity to teach Israel how to ride his bike.
Duggar fans will likely see more pictures and videos of Israel learning how to ride his bike without training wheels.
Duggar fans react to Israel’s milestone
In response to her post, her followers are excited for Israel. They think it’s pretty special that he’s already learning how to ride his bike without training wheels. They said things like, “Good job, Israel!”
Several fans also pointed out how lucky the Dillards are that they have warm weather in February. It might not last long, but they are enjoying it while it lasts. They will likely be going on lots of bike rides until it cools back down.
Of course, Duggar fans think the two boys are adorable. They noticed how quickly the boys are growing up. Jill posts pictures of her kids often. Fans love seeing new pictures and updates from all of the grown children in the family.
According to Very Well, kids usually learn to ride their bikes without training wheels when they’re five years old. They can learn any time from three years old to eight years old. It looks like Israel is slightly ahead of the average. He will be five in April.
What do you think of Jill’s new post? Are you excited to see more of Israel and Samuel as they grow? Leave a comment below.