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Monday, September 05, 2011

I wrote a blog several times about my complaints during excersise. Instead I am going to just ask for advice.

If excersising late at night and early in the morning is not an option, how do you encourage your children to give you a break so you can excersise.

If your husband eats all the children's healthy snacks, and replaces them with garbage foods , how do you handle the situation without stomping him in the back?
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  • KAWGIRL600
    My daughter is eleven and what we usally do is go for a bike ride when I get home from work just before dinner she rides her bike and I walk for 20 - 30 minutes.
    Now as far as the husband. I can feel you on that part because my husband does the same thing. I had to put my foot down and told him it is one or the other. If he eats the healthy snacks I brought he is to replace them with the same if not and he brings in junk than junk is what he eats and the only thing that he eats. He chose the junk but he does not touch the fruits or health snacks with out replacing what he ate with the same thing....I had to stomp him in the back....LOL
    3341 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8063825
    Not sure how old your children are, but maybe if they are old enough you could include them. For cardio how about either a walk or bike ride? Maybe just run around the yard....do some lunges! Make it fun....do like a PE class...toe touches, jumping jacks etc.....
    As for the hubby.....I say stomp him! Just kiddin' but maybe a meaningful conversation....LOL
    I know it's a challenge with little one's but emoticon

    3341 days ago
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