my goggles | my helmet | my jacket | my ski pants | my ski gloves | his jacket | his ski pants | his ski gloves | his googles | my thermal top | my thermal bottom | black backpack | my neck warmer
4 kids that have never seen a snowboard AND aren’t comfortable with snow. Only 1 experienced snowboarder in this family and it ain’t me. Yet here we are!!! 4 full days of snowboarding for this family! And if you wanna see the cutest little video with clips of Aaron teaching Avery (3) to snowboard then tap HERE.
Snowboarding on the mountains was WILD with my minis! Learning a new sport together was the best thing that’s happened to us. I still can’t believe how incredible they all were! We stayed 5 nights in Breckenridge, Colorado and booked 4 full days of ski lifts. We spent about 6-7 hours each day on the mountain. We were the kids biggest hypes! Each morning we covered them in pep talks and fed them hearty breakfasts. Aaron wore a black backpack that we filled with a few water bottles, granola bars, and fruit snacks. I think the biggest help for having happy kiddos is keeping them warm while up on the mountain! Everyone needs a light thermal layer, heavier layer, and snow bib and jacket! We took 1 long lunch break and went back on our boards for the rest of the afternoon! I snapped a ton of videos while snowboarding and you can check out everyone here on my SNOW TRIP STORY HIGHLIGHTS. Can’t wait to take the kids snowboarding again next snowfall!
kid ski goggles | kid ski gloves | kid ski jacket | kids ski jacket | kids ski pants | kids ski pants | girl neck warmers | boy neck warmer | kids gloves | girl thermal | boy thermal | kids ski googles | kids ski googles |
camel coat | mama sweatshirt | girls sweatshirt | boys sweatshirt | white luggage | brown luggage | pink duffle bag | mini backpacks | my leggings | my boots | girls leggings | girls black boots | girls white boots | fav pink lip gloss
I snowboard over 100 days a season at Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper mountain, Vail, Beaver Creek and so many more! If I was to plan a trick to Colorado this is the way I would do it!