This year I did more outdoor stuff, I would have brought ds6 q surfboard if we still lived on the gc, but he's going body boarding with his uncle on a holiday so he is super excited, they are getting a jumping castle football camera hula hoop so vey very outdoorsy
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24-11-2013 20:03 #22
Dd1 does 5 pole dancing classes a week. She always has a bruise on the top of her foot that cause pain when she wears he steel cap boots for work. I am hoping that the knee highs will protect her feet/legs better. Plus she thinks they are kick a$$ boots.
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24-11-2013 20:09 #23
Maybe you could give him a cricket set and get everyone outside for a game on christmas day?
24-11-2013 20:11 #24
Ours are a mixture. We buy games for the Wii, lego and the kids have scooters, bikes, green machines, balls, bats etc.
I love the kids playing outside. It's very important. I put time limits on games and television. DS only plays or watches for no more then 1 hr per day during the week and no more then two on the weekends, though often much less.
24-11-2013 20:25 #25
My kids are pretty balanced...they love playing Ipad,PS3 but would spend more time outside riding their bikes/scooters/skateboards or in pool.
But its hard to judge...I live right up back of a complex so my kids have the freedom of walking out the front door doing that,or we walk to the pool.
My neice/nephew don't have a pool,and live in an area that has no foot paths on street so they cant do all that stuff.Makes it a bit harder when buying them gifts compared to my kids who would use them daily.
24-11-2013 20:27 #26
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24-11-2013 20:34 #28
My kids are only toddlers so we don't use any technology yet. I don't plan on buying them any technology until they really start asking (hopefully much later at school)
They are getting a trampoline for Christmas.
I would prefer them to have active toys, but in saying that they always get books too!
24-11-2013 20:38 #29
My dd came home with a letter saying it's recommended all prep to grade 2 have an iPad. She's 6 ffs I definitely don't think she should own her own iPad!! I got the kids a big trampoline this year, don't think they'll be getting more electronic stuff till they're much older. Each to their own but I hate seeing young kids and toddlers with iPads (though my kids do occasionally play games on my phone).
24-11-2013 20:46 #30
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