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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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  • SEEHOLZ
    First off, H is HUGE--- like 7 going on 17 it sounds-LOL! I think the whole "hyper" thing is normal for his age- but of course I don' t know your kid and mine was never all that hyper to begin with, but I remember around the age of 7 or 8, the AD started. Kids are so different and you just kind of have to wait and see how long this "phase" lasts- keeping him active and tiring him out, should help a little :-)
    As for being lazy, I think it's the time of year- I was just thinking about you this week, as motivation or the lack of has been going through my head and I remember reading your blog in the summer and how we both were so motivated and now look at us-LOL. I am still working out every day, but just not as much or as hard or whatever- just kind of cruising along--- which is perfectly okay, by the way. The thing is- you are working out. And, you'll take it up a notch again... eventually-- going with the flow is not all that bad, if you don't stop! That I would not recommend, because starting up again, would seem like torture-LOL!

    Btw, I tried to to MyFitnessPal and didn't get the application- I don't know how it is so great- where are like forums or people or how do I find you???? I didn't really play with it, because I was at work... so maybe MyFitnessPal for Dummies from you?

    Keep blogging, because when you disappear, I miss you! Just saying
    1399 days ago
  • SKYFYRE
    Im going to read this and then consider myself less lazy, at least I am reading.
    1401 days ago
  • MBSHAZZER
    I can't believe how big he is getting!!!
    1402 days ago
  • CHUM48
    Happy Birthday to your son! and Have a great week!
    1402 days ago
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