24 Oct 2016

Putting on our dancing shoes with the #FrubesMoves Challenge

Going into year 1 the world of after school clubs opened up to us and so I helped Bubba fully embrace trying different things. So far she has tried gymnastics (not overly keen) and ballet (a definite yes), she will often flounce around the living room and showing me and any one else who will watch her good toes and naughty toes.

Cub on the other hand at 2 1/2 years is still very self conscious and embarrassed about trying to dance. He gets all a bit bashful and giggly and will stop dancing the minute he realises someone is watching him.

So to help him feel at ease about moving we often have a kitchen disco and I encourage him to join in. It's really as simple as it sounds and we turn the lights down and the music up and dance like no one is watching us. We do our best dance moves and really get into the groove, the other day we played the Angry birds game on the Frubes website and we are definitely shake our tail feathers types so you can imagine what our dance moves are like.

It's great because we all giggle and enjoy ourselves and it helps the kids to get moving and really enjoy dancing. I love dancing around and don't need to be convinced to do it (and I'm usually a very shy person so it's totally out of character). I'm not the best dancer but I love it all the same. It also helps when we leave and go to parties as they are used to dancing together too, this is us at a Halloween party, as you can see, Bubba is all blurry and danced out!

When the dancing stops we often break for a little snack and I reach for Frubes, I personally love them as the squeezable tubes ensure that it goes directly in their mouths and not down their tops or all over the table. They also travel well and are great on the move and for school packed lunches, as they are packed with Vitamin D and calcium it helps kids build strong bones, which ups our dance moves tenfold too.

If you would like to try Frubes, they can be purchased from all leading supermarkets and at the moment to tie in with Angry Birds they are all themed on the packets (you can also enter a competition to go to the Bahamas on holiday). I also treated the kids to a movie afternoon and we watched Angry Birds film which was really nice, so if you aren't sure what to do this half term then I'd highly recommend it...oh and check out the website angrybirds.frubes.co.uk to check out the dance off between birds and pigs.

This post is an entry for BritMums' #FrubesMoves Linky Challenge, sponsored by Frubes
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