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The theme of my blog today seems to be summer fun! My boys are off with their grandparents so I have some time to catch up on posts.
So many of you may not know this about me, but I work at a school with special need kids. I love my job, I wake up everyday excited to go to work and see my work family. And I go home most nights feeling like a made a difference, like what I do matters. I say most nights, because I there is those days when it feels like nothing got done and I spent most of the day trying to keep up. That is okay though! Now I love my job, I love my work kids, but I also cherish my summer with my boys. We do so much and most of it is on the cheap (one of the down sides to not working in the summer is no pa lol) We do have our vacations, but I think my boys like the little things more. We have a garden that we check on everyday, we do outdoor scavenger hunts, ride our bikes and scooters, we have game days, craft days and so much more. I have some of my most meaningful conversations with my kids when we are doing the little things.
Last week my sons new Globber Primo 3 wheel scooter arrived and we finally got the chance to take it for a ride (yes rain I'm scowling at you right now.)
The Globber Primo 3-Wheel is the perfect scooter that’ll grow with your child.
With a modifiable design, low deck for stability, and adjustable handlebars, your little one will be scooting along in no time! So the first thing we loved was the handle bars, the make a great no slip grip. My son also says they are comfortable. Plus I have a 8 year old and an 11 year old. The adjustable height is a must.
Offering a range of patented innovations without compromising on style or functionality, the Primo 3-Wheel is guaranteed to deliver ultimate value for money!
Make sure to check out the patented secure Direction Button Lock which keeps the scooter moving in a straight line to help your child learn balance and gain confidence while riding! So I thought for sure we wouldn't need this feature. As I said my kids are 8 and 11, but I noticed my oldest putting it on when he goes down hills. I asked why, and he told me that instead of worrying about steering he can just now go down the hills as fast as possible. After my mini mom heart attack I had to smile, leave it to my son to turn a safety feature into a dare devil feature!
Now the do come in many colors, we did request a red, but were accidentally sent purple. After several pleading moments I convince my sons it was cool to ride a purple scooter. I'm glad I did, because now that they are on it they are having some much that the don't even remember its purple!