If you have been watching my weekend adventures on Instagram, you may have seen that I took a vacation without the kids to New York City. This was the first time my husband and I have left both kids. Our vacation was incredible (more on that later), but returning home to their warm hugs  made me so happy. While vacationing without the kids was a first for me, they recently had a big first too, their first experience on a motorized Disney princess scooter and in Frozen-themed roller skates.

Disney Toys Kids Will Love

Watching my children try an activity for the first time was a sweet reminder of the beauty of their childhood. Georgiana couldn’t stop smiling when she saw her Pulse Safe Start Disney Princess Electric Scooter. With Disney princesses covering the scooter, not only did it look appealing, but it also was motorized. Samantha could barely believe her luck when she saw her Frozen-themed PlayWheels Frozen Quad Skates. Check out the fun we had. 

First Time On A Disney Princess Scooter

Since Georgiana is growing out of toddler toys but not quite big enough for the outdoor toys that Samantha uses, the Disney scooter was the perfect size for her. Getting on it for the first time, she made the funniest face (see below), when she realized it could move without her pushing it. She was just old enough to learn how to control the direction and stay on the sidewalk.

Theresa's Reviews - Disney Princess Scooter And Frozen Skates Perfect For First Timers

Although the first time on the scooter required me to constantly lead her back towards the sidewalk and away from the road, look how awesome she was at riding on it independently in this next photo. Ryan took it when I was out one day. She’s awesome at riding it now! That nervous look is completely gone, replaced by a grin, and her hair blowing in the wind.

Theresa's Reviews - Disney Princess Scooter And Frozen Skates Perfect For First Timers

First Time On Disney Frozen Skates

When we were trying out the skates for the first time, Samantha was just as nervous as Georgiana was to ride the scooter. She didn’t excel at skating right away, but she had a lot of fun moving small distances. With some practice, using these skates would help her eventually be comfortable enough to try ice skating.Theresa's Reviews - Disney Princess Scooter And Frozen Skates Perfect For First Timers

Even though Samantha didn’t learn to skate on her first time in wearing the roller skates, she was all grins. I was proud that she gave it a try and stuck with it the whole time we were outside. The skates were simple to use and very high quality. To give children more of a reason to challenge themselves, you can also buy safety gear for skating.
Theresa's Reviews - Disney Princess Scooter And Frozen Skates Perfect For First Timers

The skates were the perfect size for her. They fit well and challenged her just the right amount. She had a good time allowing a friend to pull her around, and occasionally tried skating around by herself. Since Samantha is still reluctant to ride her two-wheel bicycle, I was proud she challenged herself with the skates.

Theresa's Reviews - Disney Princess Scooter And Frozen Skates Perfect For First Timers

While Samantha learned how to skate, Georgiana took off on her scooter. Watching both of them made my day. Capturing the whole experience in photography was a must. Seeing these major firsts happen was  exhilarating. The toys succeeded in making the entire family happy.
Theresa's Reviews - Disney Princess Scooter And Frozen Skates Perfect For First Timers

What is a major first your children experienced that you will always remember? Share your memories in the comments.

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Theresa has been writing since 2010 in magazines and online. Her lifestyle and parenting expertise has been featured in publications, including ShopSmart and Scholastic. She earned an M.Ed in Elementary Education from Vanderbilt as well as a BA in History from Flagler College, and she is a certified teacher.

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