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KATIEKELEHAR SparkPoints: (0)
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2/29/12 12:30 P

LOL i know what you mean. My husband and I have always said that our son was the actual energizer bunny, but when other parents starting noticing that CJ has more energy than most children we knew we were in trouble lol.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,717)
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2/26/12 11:33 P

Redirection.

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (151,769)
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2/26/12 10:23 P

I'm the fittest person I know and i can still barely hold down my almost 2 year old. How do you do it when you're not in optimal shape?

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,717)
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2/26/12 11:22 A

Yeah, except if you had that much energy, you'd be a 2 year old boy, and wouldn't have all the stuff to do you do now. ;)



NPPMOM Posts: 595
2/26/12 10:48 A

My four year old is the same way. If I moved as much as he did I'd never have to track my food intake again;-)

LSLYBRDLY35 SparkPoints: (0)
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2/26/12 2:09 A

MAN I HAVE A 2 YEAR OLD BOY AND HIS ENERGY LEVEL IS THROUGH THE ROOF LOL!! I JUST WISH I HAD AS MUCH ENERGY AS HE HAD. MAYBE I COULD GET ALOT OF STUFF DONE. OR AT LEAST KEEP UP WITH HIM


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