“Roll…Walk….Roll…Walk…Roll…Roll Some More. Maybe now I will walk or roll. Mom it’s hard to decide what to do next!” All of this came from my very excited five-year-old boy. What is he talking about? He had just put on his first pair of Heely’s.
Just in case you haven’t heard of Heely’s before they are shoes and skates in one. Cool, hugh! I wish I had a pair of these when I was younger. It would get me from the bus stop to my house a WHOLE lot quicker! There are several designs that are very cute and sure to fit your children style. My son loves blue and loves shoes that have lights on them. I was shocked to find out the Heely’s carry some that light up and they came in blue! Win Win for Bryson! It was very easy to put the wheels on the shoes. It was matter of snapping them into their spot. Then sending him on his way. The thing I loved most about the pair that Bryson got was no shoestrings. Since we are in the beginner stage of learning to tie our shoes I could see them coming untied a lot and getting tangled in the wheels. The shoes are very sturdy and you could tell that they were made with top quality material. I purposely got a little bigger size so Bryson could enjoy them for awhile. I am sure that the material will last beyond just him wearing the shoes. Who knows, maybe Zoey would want to wear a pair of blue light up skate shoes. 🙂
It has been raining a lot this past couple weeks so I haven’t allowed Bryson to wear his shoes outside, but he has been practicing a lot in our kitchen. He has never skated before so it’s a learning process for him, but he really enjoys trying. Heely’s are great for all of ages of children. Even if they are just learning how to skate. Here’s Bryson’s attempt to skate:
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