There is nothing more fun than getting outside and burning off some energy, but sometimes walking gets, well, just a bit boring.
Isaac has had a Toy Story scooter for a couple of years, but it is quite wide at the back as it has a small bubble machine on it, which means he struggles to propel himself along without catching his heels.
For his birthday we decided to get him a microscooter, but on the initial rides to school he failed to get the hang of it and half rode, half dragged it to school. It was
very a little frustating.
Some of us were on foot, but others on wheels and the open run and clear paths got them moving.
By the time we got down to the beach and onto Boscombe Pier Isaac had the scooter mastered and started racing around with other children who were also chasing around on their scooters.
We also found some hardy souls braving the freezing weather to race their Zapcats – a real treat as it was quite choppy and they were bouncing off the waves.
Not before stopping at the water park for a bit of splashing good fun!
And then racing back up the hill…….
I am taking part in the Mark Warner Family Holiday’s “Active Family” challenge where the winner could win a fabulous holiday and all entrants receieve a pair of Profeet Trainers! This is my entry for Week 1.
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