Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Wordless Wednesday: October 21, 2015 (w/linky) - First Time On Skates

Our homeschool group goes out to the skating rink every so often and this was the first time we ever joined in. In fact, this was the first time the children have ever had skates on their feet. Things were a bit rocky at first, in fact, Harold was crying because he didn't want the skates on his feet. I don't know if he was upset they took his shoes, or scared about the skates, but he just kept crying. We finally got everyone out on the skating floor.

Taking a break.

Tackling it again.

He was more confident off the skating rink floor where there weren't as many people.

Gaining confidence.

Limbo time

Look at him go!

Looking forward to seeing your Wordless (or not so wordless) Wednesday posts this week.

Tots and Me


  1. I'd be one of the ones clutching to the sides! Nice capture of a fun time.

  2. Now that looked like loads of fun I used to love roller skating as a kid, the kids look like they loved it heheh!

  3. Looks like so much fun... Great shots - thanks for sharing. :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

  4. They look like they all mastered skating and having fun!! Boy this brings back memories, I think I lived on skates as a kid. Happy Wednesday!!

  5. Our girls had a similar experience ice skating a few months ago! There is such a sense of accomplishment once they "catch on" to roller skating and such! So many smiles!

  6. I always get excited when we go and the skates have four wheels. I"m not very good on the inlines, lol. You got lots of fun pics when you went!

  7. Thats really looks like a fun activity to do!

  8. Looks fun. I don't know if my younger two have ever been skating. They might have to try it some time. Thanks for linking up at Life at Rossmont.

  9. It looks like you had a lot of fun. Thanks for linking up. Have a Happy and safe Halloween.


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