Aaron loves to watch skating of any kind: hockey, figure, speed. One of his very first pretend games was to step on some flat blocks and slide around the laminant floor saying "Aaron skating!"
He will be three in a few weeks, and we would like to get him a pair of ice skates to learn on. Does anyone know what kind of skates are best? Double blades? I don't want to spend a fortune, but I want to make sure he has enough support. I found some adjustable double-blade things that seem to attach to a shoe. They're very cheap, but I'm thinking that wouldn't be good ankle support. Are there better adjustable skates? Or do I really need to just buy the sized kind and get another pair every year? Is it worth looking into used skates? He won't be skating all the time, just sometimes with us for fun. But I thought he might be better off with his own pair instead of renting.
If anyone has any thoughts, let me know!
Melissa , wife to Tom , mom to The Baron , the Bean , Little Bear , and Baby Beaver