A 4-year-old boy falls while building a tree fort and sustains a closed distal radius fracture. His mother takes him to the teaching hospital and radiographs demonstrate a 15-degree apex volar extra-articular distal radius fracture. The child is neurovascularly intact. He is reduced by the on-call resident and follows up in your clinic two weeks later. You repeat X-Rays which demonstrate 12 degrees of apex volar angulation. The child is freely moving all fingers and has no wrist tenderness. What is the best course of action at this point?