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Walking Lessons

Posted on May 26, 2013 in Featured, The Fam

I’m learning how to take a walk from my toddlers….here’s what I’ve got so far.

1. The alphabet is amazing.  Any time you see a letter it is cause for excitement.  Point and name it (or guess).
2. When you see big rocks, embrace this opportunity for physical challenge.

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5. Every living thing deserves a pause for a greeting, this especially includes people, cats, dogs, birds, and bugs.

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6. It’s nice to take a consistent route so you can check to see if people’s bars got closer together or if the trees are shrinking.

blog-walking7. With every turn of the  sidewalk there is a time for everything.  A time to sit. A time to balance on the curb.


8. Footsteps sound different depending on what you’re standing on.  And if the ground looks like a stage – breakdance.


9. No baby gets left behind.


Any tips for our next walk?



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