Come on mommy! Come on!

Sunday, April 13, 2008

I have to share this with you guys..... I took my daughter walking with me but she’s only 4 years old and wasn't really walking at the pace I needed. I kept saying come on! We need to walk faster; poor baby was trying so hard. In the end I decided that it wasn’t such a good idea to take her walking with me. So I decided to just take a leisure 3 mile walk.

The next day she wanted to come with me but instead of walking she decided she wanted to come with her bicycle. I thought about it and decided it would be a good idea and I’ll be able to walk at the pace I needed to. Boy was I wrong!

My daughter was peddling so fast I actually ended up running the whole way. The whole way all I kept hearing was come on mommy come on. Come on! I felt sooooooooooo good.

You see I said maybe by May I should be able to start jogging because I didn’t think I was ready.

Alvie made me realize I was ready to start running.

So push yourself everyday.


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    What a beautiful post . I am sure she will keep you running with a smile on.
    4504 days ago
    How cute is that! She is your personal trainer..lol Good for you!
    4504 days ago
    I love that! You get your exercise and you get to build wonderful memories for you and your daughter.
    4504 days ago
    What a wonderful post! It's so true. I think more often then not, we have no clue how strong and capable we really are. I find it lovely that you (and I) can learn so much from a 4 year old. Thank you so much for sharing!
    4504 days ago
    What an inspiring post! Just what I needed to read. I have been getting lazy not wanting to exercise more than 4 times a week but you are right, I need to kick it up and push myself. Thanks for sharing.
    4504 days ago
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