Why do we keep coming back to Woom you ask? It's simple We got our first Woom bike 3 years ago for our then 4 year old Riz. He learned how to ride it in 9 minutes and from that moment we were hooked! You can read all about teaching your kid to ride a bike in 9 minutes here! Fast forward 3 years and Riz's bike still looks like new! It don't know if it's the super high gloss paint job or just the over high quality of the bike itself but it looks amazing! Not only does it
Last year, we had a tornado hit less than a mile away from our home. We were out of power for 3 or 4 days. We were the lucky ones. Lucky that we have family that lives close by. Now, we've got wildfires ravaging 10 miles away. Our hearts go out to those who've recently lost their homes due to fires. These fires have affected some of our friends and local schools, so it all feels a little bit more real. Now we are reading that there were earthquakes in Idaho that could be felt here in Utah. (Standard Examiners'
Camping with kids can be daunting. After a summer full of camping fails and successes we wanted to share a few tips for having a successful camp out with kids. #1 Trial Run We highly recommend doing a back yard camp out first before the real deal. This will give you a huge confidence boost as well as a reality check. If you "forget" anything, you won't have to go far to get it, and add it to your list of survival items. #2 Pick your Gear For toddlers, we always take our pack in play, but for babies we
It took 2 years to teach my first kid how to ride a bike. (no exaggeration) It took 2 hours to teach my second kid how to ride a bike. It took exactly 9 minutes to teach my third kid to ride a bike. The first two times were filled with endless running behind our kids, holding on to the bike for hours, letting go, kids crashing, crying, loosing faith, talking them into it again, falling again... on and on until we finally gave up. My first 2 children got bikes for Christmas. They were 5 & 3 years old
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Can you imagine how amazing it would be to see a headline like this "Earthquake to hit Utah in September". We could plan and prepare and be all ready for the "Big One" that Scientists have been telling us for years will hit Utah. Unfortunately, scientists can't narrow it down to the month, or even the year, but they do know that Utah will have one. It couldn't be tomorrow, or it could be years down the road. Today we are going to be talking about 72 hrs kits. 5 Reasons Why you need a 72-hour kit 1-Count on being