PORTLAND, Ore. (CNN/KOIN) - She's been on a snowboard before she could even walk.
This 1-year-old girl in Oregon is showing off her impressive skills.
Eden Grace Covaciu turns two next month. Her mom says she's been taking her snowboarding since she was six weeks old.
"With snowboarding we always want to get on the first run, so we wake up at 5:30 and we get her out of bed. And as soon as we mention snow she's all excited about it...and knows that she's going to the mountains," said Sharon Covaciu.
Eden has a 5-week-old sister. Her parents say they'll try the same snowboarding training with her as well.
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