This was awesome, My boys love eating dinner with me and my 6 year old is so excited to go on our night walks together and really upset when we dont go lol its so much better having him excited to go on night walks with me then fighting him to get off his xbox.
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Pounds lost: 36.4
Fitness Minutes: (29,420) Posts: 6,763 12/20/13 10:46 A
1. Eat as a family at least 3 times per week. We do dinner every night as a family and breakfast at least twice a week. So this is good!
2. Involve your kids in your cooking. Older child sets and clears table and assists with getting extras on the table. Both children man the toaster on breakfast days. This week both children made real chicken nuggets from scratch..and liked them. I did the cutting, younger child crushed the cereal, older child egged and cerealed the chicken.
3. Set your long-term family health goals. Will post in forum
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