One of the best parts about having a summer break with my kids is finding fun activities to do together. We are definitely frequent swimmers at our community pool, enjoy hitting up the local splash pad and usually like to head to the library on rainy and gloomy days. But some days we enjoy staying home and playing in our backyard. These are the days when I bust out the traditional summer supplies: the sprinkler, sidewalk chalk and of course - bubbles.
Last summer we went through two bubble machines. Not because we used them until their breakage but because they were junk and lasted literally 10 minutes each. But we have so much fun with bubbles and I love getting out different wands and gadgets to play with and see how many bubbles we can blow all at once. I was pretty stoked to have the chance to try out Juggle Bubbles with the kids this summer. I remember seeing the commercial and being pretty skeptical about the whole idea. Seriously, how can a pair of gloves really allow you to hold a bubble in your hand?
Don't worry. They do. And it's awesome!
Sophie, Cohen and I had a blast blowing these huge bubbles and using the Juggle Bubbles' gloves to be able to hold and bounce these bubbles on our hands. It's easiest if you have two people using the Juggle Bubbles -- one is the bubble blower and the other is the juggler. You simply blow a bubble with the wand, flick the wand to release the bubble and then the person with the gloves on can literally bounce the bubbles off of their gloves. Now do you do have to be gentle and softly contain your bubble, which has been quite a task to teach Cohen. However, each box of Juggle Bubbles comes with two gloves which works out perfectly for us because Sophie and Cohen can each wear one while I am the bubble blower. Cohen easily is learning by practicing and watching Sophie's example.
I may or may not have competitions with Sophie to see who can keep toss the bubbles between our hands the longest....
Juggle Bubbles have been the perfect addition to our summer fun activities! Check out their website for more information.
Disclosure: I was provided a product sample for review. All opinions are 100% my own.