Apologies for two threads but two very separate questions to be asked... A few years ago we got Black Lamb a balance bike (paying an extra £10 for it to be a 'frozen' one) and she hardly used it, doing so more recently. "it's too hard" is a familiar phrase when she gets fed up of things not going how she expects them to, shuffling along (not scooting) and stopping to lift the front wheel to steer sometimes. She's 4 now, and while I'm happy to let her take her own pace at it, she's visibly squashed on it, her knees being slightly higher than her backside making it, I imagine, hard to scoot. So, been on eBay and got a Raleigh 'Molly' 12" wheeled bike which we spent today taking the front end apart and re-greasing the headset bearings (trying to promote ownership) Having sat her on it so she can easily get her feet down and there's no way she can pedal it, the pedals come up too high, putting the seat up to make it easier to pedal puts her close to being on tip-toes which I imagine is not ideal for swapping from one to the other. Wondering if it's worth trying to swap the saddle and seat post to the balance bike to give us some more adjustment. Also after advice on saddle height for children, I adjust mine heel of foot on pedal at lowest point, slightly bent knee, done. Thanks in advance really want to hit the ground running come spring and get her riding as I know she'll love it.