Keeping the kids dry on the “Wet Coast” #YMCCommunity #PuddleGear

Living in Vancouver, we’ve become accustomed to the “occasional” rainy day.

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The kids have probably come home from school soaking wet or they were driving you insane staying inside on a rainy day that you just had to get them out of the house.

Those nasty puddles or small lakes have a tendency to jump up and grab our little ones when we least expect it and drag them into the realm of “undryness”. Our washing machines are certainly being put through their paces every Spring and Fall when the clouds are at their fullest and can’t contain themselves like an overly full diaper.

An awesome way to help keep your little puddle jumpers dry is Puddlegear rain gear!

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These suits go right over top your kiddos regular clothing and keep them dry in the event of a torrential downpour or if you happen to stumble upon the “biggest and bestest puddle in the entire world”!

Puddlegear is raingear built tough so kids can play outside feeling warm, unrestricted and dry in their great looking rain gear. Turning puddles and rain into nature’s toys. When kids play they lose themselves in their imagination, weather won’t matter as long as they are warm and dry.
Puddlegear raingear is quality and function down to every last button and seam. And kids think its cool too!

100% waterproof
Machine Washable
Tear Resistant
Soft and comfortable
And there is a reflective flash for safety at night!

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What Autumn Means to Me.

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Autumn leaves.

I love the Fall, actually, I look forward to it. My Birthday is in the Fall and so is our anniversary and our daughter’s Birthday.

There’s just something so comforting about the colour of the leaves as they change and the crispness that is in the air. Donning some comfy sweaters, scarves and hats and throwing on a pair of boots and going out for a walk with the kiddos is just what this Mama needs.

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Comfy clothes.

There are also so many things going on in the Fall from markets, fairs, corn mazes and the biggest deal of all for our daughter and me, Halloween.

Now that our daughter is almost 4, she’s now capable of remembering her experiences, so I want to start taking her to different events and tasting some really great food that she’s never tried before.

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Autumn harvest.

What do you look forward to this Fall?