Meet Ellery, the three-year-old snowboarder who has been ‘shredding’ since before she could walk.

Erin Georger, 41, and her partner Dave Georger, 43, introduced their daughter Ellery to snowboarding when she was just four months old.

And by 17 months old, the youngster was already riding outside and in parks.

She then began to ride independently by being attached to her dad with a long safety harness, which kept her stable and safe while she learnt how to control the board.

Her parents now say she is addicted to the sport and trains with them whenever she can.

She also watches snowboarding videos on TV all day and practices with her board inside the house during summer.

Erin, who is a stay-at-home mum, says that Ellery loves to challenge herself and really enjoys mastering difficult skills.

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The toddler has two older brothers, Logan and Declan – who also started snowboarding at a young age and have even built their own ramp in the garden to practice on.

So it’s clear this snowboarding ‘bug’ runs in the family.

‘We all have a passion for snowboarding,’ Erin says. ‘She comes from a whole family filled with avid snowboarders.

‘Her older brothers have been a great inspiration for her. She always wants to do the tricks they’re doing. She loves riding in the backyard on the ramp they built.’

Ellery is currently too young to enter formal competitions but it is something her parents hope she will do in the future.

‘She watches competitions on the TV all the time,’ Erin adds. ‘I think it’s safe to say she’s hooked on the sport, as is the whole family.’

The couple, from the town of Boston, New York, have been sharing their daughter’s snowboarding talents online – along with their entire family’s ‘shred adventures.’

Erin says she is so proud that her daughter has followed in the family’s footsteps and shares a passion for the sport.

Their plan for the future is to keep encouraging Ellery to enjoy herself, train as much as she likes, and to let her try new tricks and push herself safely.

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