Reebok Women’s AK Wedge Giveaway!

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Congratulations to our winner, Ashley Pawloski! Check back on the blog on Monday for a few of the many awesome ideas you submitted! ๐Ÿ™‚

Alrighty, friends. So many of you have asked where I got my shoes, featured in this pic here. Once again, Reebok?they hit it out of the park with these classic style, fashionable wedge-tennies. I am in love with the Reebok Women’s AK Wedge!

You can sport some too!! Leave a comment on this blog sharing your favorite exercise to do with your kids (or any kids!). I?ll test out these exercises with my own kiddos, pick my fave, and send the winner a pair. Contest ends at 11:59 pm EST Thursday, March 27, 2014, and the lucky winner will be announced on Friday, March 28, 2014.

Comment away!!!

Heidi ๐Ÿ™‚

367 Responses

  1. My Favorite exercise has to be flag football with my kids. I have 2 older boys and I was always the football mom on the side lines. When I had my little girl I realized we can rock this football thing too. So now we play flag football. Not only together but competitively on our own teams!!!! Mom’s can be cool too!!!!

  2. Hi Heidi! I love doing fun runs w 6 year old ๐Ÿ™‚ also biking. He has done one 5k and will be doing another in June, the Mud Run! We can’t wait. Btw, you’re such an inspiration, especially to us mamas! you and the Mr keep keepin on! Xo

  3. My kids are furry and they like to go for walks and play hide n seek. Funny enough, my human nephews like the same thing!

  4. My six year old autistic daughter has a hard time concentrating on ANYTHING, except exercise. We run 5ks together, Zumba, and her favorite is yoga with exercises such as burpees and squats thrown in. (I’ve never seen ANYONE love burpees as much as she does.)

  5. I like to get a great game of hide and seek going with my friend’s kids. I haven’t made it to Mommyland yet, but one day I will. If I am feeling really good I can get in some ab work, select your favorites and work with your surroundings, or squats while “hiding” and/or seeking depending on how the game goes. I think it keeps it fun for the kids and I get a slip in a bit of exercise.

  6. When my children were little our favorite activity was to hike, especially where water is involved. Not only did they workout but they learned about nature and most times, as a parent, I was able to enjoy the true nature of my children. As my children have grown the hikes have turned into special moments that we don’t always get because of our busy schedules. It’s still a time to listen to their thoughts and dreams, while working out the energy.

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