looks like a lot of fun! Happy Weekend!
It was! First time for Reece, he loved it!
Love this! We have yet to get the girls on skates! There really is no excusse since in our town there are two skating rinks (one that is a major hockey hub)! I should add skating to our list of things to do in the next few weeks! Our moment this week comes from the girls and their best friends playing with the puppet theater! They had a lovely sequence going where whoever sat in the little rocking chair was the next to put on a show! These four littles are so amazing together and I am so glad that our two families have each other on this journey!http://www.ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment_20.htmlHave a great week!
Thanks Shel. It was Reece's first time. I thought we would be on the ice for 10 minutes and we ended up skating for 35 minutes...he loved it.
Do they make those in adult sizes? It would probably save my pride and rear end! Here's our moment:http://melbatoast68.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment_20.html
Haha!!! My dad asked the same thing when he saw the pics :)
Kim, it's funny that every time I look at your posts.. I read "canadians"!! I grew up just south of the border in Michigan so I too did a lot of that "canadian" stuff, eh? here's ours: http://journeyaroundtheson.blogspot.com/2012/01/this-moment_20.html:)
Yup, Canadians we are :) And yes, every Canadian kids needs to know how to skate, at least in my books. Happy to hear some of our Canadian traditions rubbed off on you :)Enjoy your weekend Jules.
Is he being introduced to ice-skating? Pardon my ignorance, but I've never seen snow in my life ;)My Moment
He certainly is Corinne :) Never seen snow, wow, I can't imagine that. You will have to find time to visit somewhere that has snow, it is awesome!!!!
We do get snow in India, but only in certain parts, Kim. Someday I'll see snow and think of you and your little man ♥
It will be so amazing for you :) Enjoy it when the day comes.
Well... he has to right? It's his national heritage! What a great devise for learning how to skate. When I took skating lessons they just made us go for it.
You bet KC. Skating is a must for Canadian kids. I agree, those skating frames are awesome for beginners.
Oh, I am jealous! It has been so long since I have been skating. I have so many good memories of doing it as a kid. I'm sure your little guy loved it. Here is my moment this week, playing on a very windy day: http://mommyrepeat.blogspot.com/
He really enjoyed Katie and can't wait to go again this weekend, hopefully on my brother's pond..fingers crossed. It had been quite a few years since I had been on skates too, just like riding a bike though, once I got on the ice it all came back :)
Sweet moment! Love the bar to help him along! I went ice skating a few weeks ago and my daughter really wanted to join in...but no skates in her size. Maybe next year!
The skating frame is really great for the newbies. I had a bit of hard time finding both skates and a helmet for Reece, took a bit of searching, but finally found them. Worth it!!! Thanks for stopping by Megan.
hey thanks for the visit! so nice to meet you + your blog. what a great picture. have a great weekend!
No problem Kiele, nice to meet you too! Thanks, we had a great time skating.
What a fantastic way for kids to learn how to skate!! We used to have double-runners, back in the day. LOL!! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and have a wonderful weekend!! : )~ Wendyhttp://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/
It is pretty cool. Just have to be careful they aren't leaning on it too much :) Ah, yes double-runners, there was actually a little one there last week with a pair, didn't know they still made them.Thanks for stopping by Wendy.