Last week the little man went to visit Santa at the mall! Here is his “official” photo:
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At three years old, I’ve noticed my son’s normal energetic levels have increased to “OMG, WHERE IS HE GETTING ALL THIS ENERGY!!” Seriously! He’s giving up naps and still can run around like a little mad man. I’m starting to realize more and more the need for him to get outside and burn that energy and wear himself out. It will make bedtime that much easier! This is why I’ve decided to get him into running. Even at his young age, running can quickly become a fun activity that goes beyond just racing around the playground.
Right now my focus is just for my son to find a fun activity where he can not only be active, but feel like he’s made an accomplishment. At older ages, kids will have running tests in school. While my son still has a few years to go, it’s not too early to start preparation!
As a busy working mom, I’m always on the go! Sometimes I think I spend more time in my car racing around than I do in an office. Being on the road so much, I never know what could happen, but I always need to be prepared. For instance… flat tires!
Have you ever experience a flat tire? Ever have to change one yourself? Consider yourself lucky if you haven’t! However it is always great to be prepared for any situation. It’s actually not as hard you think it would be. Trust me, if girly-girl me can do it in heels, I’m sure you, my reader, could do it too!
Next time your tire goes flat, have no fear! Keep your cool and just remember the steps I’ve included below…
Last week I headed up to Boston for a short visit! If you were following along on my Instagram account, you saw some of the fun sights and activities I experienced. I’ve been to Boston many times, but this trip was the first time I actually experienced the city as a tourist, not someone who was visiting her family.
Little Man started playing t-ball back in April! Yes, apparently they do have a t-ball league for 3 year olds! He finally had his first game recently and just had to share photos with you all.
What better way than for Wordless Wednesday…