Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale Take Kingston Skating

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It's winter break ... having trouble keeping your kids occupied? Take a cue from Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, who recently took son Kingston, 2, rollerskating.

The family hit the rink on December 23rd, Gwen and Gavin holding little Kingston up while they rolled away. "It looked like Kingston's first time roller skating, and the little guy looked so cute," said an onlooker. "Kingston tried to skate between Gwen and Gavin, but even though they were holding up his hands, Kingston's legs kept skating in different directions so it was impossible for him to stand up."

My five-year-old was recently invited to a skating party, a first for most of the kids invited. Every mom in the room had panic in her eyes while she struggled to hold up her own spaghetti-legged kid. I think we were all thinking the same thing, "Three hours of this? NO WAY." But after about 30 minutes or so, our little birds were ready to fly skate on their own, and it ended up being a lot of fun.

How are you keeping your kids busy while they're out of school?

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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