"We've all said at one time or another, I wish some of that energy from that kid would rub off on me. As we watch 2-4 year olds jump off couches, swing from the ceiling and run about the place from the comfort of our living room chair, it's no wonder we've picked up a little weight. So, I want to try out something. I want to burn a few extra calories per day by doing something my 6-year-old does. And it starts TODAY!"
Friday, January 4, 2013
He Calls it the "Hop Flop"
So my son decides to hop around backwards (instead of getting in the shower like I asked him to). I just watched him for a few minutes laughing inside (because he must see my serious face -right?). It was the cutest thing. He even made a bunny rabbit face and put his hands together like a bunny rabbit. Of course, when a grown person does it, it's not so cute. In fact, I spent more time trying to avoid what may or may not be behind me that I barely hopped at all. But embarrassing as it is, this is a must do outside on the sidewalk where you know you won't bump into anything. My suggestion: About 50 hop flops should wear you out - at least it did for me. And don't forget your bunny hands (they help keep your breasts in place). LOL.