Picnic Talk- Jump, Skip & Hop

Today at ABC and 123 we are discussing outdoor games and physical activities that we love to do together as a family. I will be honest and upfront and say that neither my dear husband or myself are athletic. But we have been blessed with a very active, strong, sporty little girl! I know that one day soon she will be teaching us about athleticism just as I am teaching her the alphabet. Fair trade!
We do love to be together though. We spend many hours a week at parks, outside exploring, jumping on the mini tramp, and running around the kitchen table! My almost 2 year old daughter will pull at my finger wanting me to chase her around and around and around…. I think we have a future track star in the making!
We also love to hike together. We are fortunate to live by some amazing mountains that offer such a beautiful view of the valley atop the peaks. Definitely worth the climb!
I tried doing yoga with my Boo when she was about 9 months… not really interested. I am going to give it another go for our letter Y day…. she may be more up to it this time! 🙂
Reading the title of this week’s picnic talk is getting me all excited to teach my daughter HOW to skip and hop (she has mastered the jump). I am going to look into finding a copy of “Skip to my Lou” and “the Bunny Hop” since she loves to perform to music (there is a great marching song I play for her on the piano that she LOVES)
Happy Teaching!!! 🙂 Let the love of learning inspire the teacher in us all!

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5 thoughts on “Picnic Talk- Jump, Skip & Hop

  1. Orange Juice

    We use a mini tramp too soooo fun!
    We are not athletic or outdoorsy but Z is so I will be getting him into sports when he turns 3 this Dec.

    You’re great out getting out though, you are always doing something awesome

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  2. Raising a Happy Child

    I think every child is athletic by nature. The question is – how do couch potatoes come to be? I hope that you will continue to keep your daughter active throughout the years, and she will do the same to you 🙂

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  3. Diana

    I am not athletic either. I admire your effort in getting out and trying to encourage that in your daughter. We are trying to get out more, too, but not until it gets below 110 degrees…

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  4. Cindy

    My kids love our tramp outside and because our summers are so short here in MN I have seriously thought about getting a mini tramp. Great blog.

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  5. MaryAnne

    My daughter loves to do yoga. She doesn’t necessarily do the “right” poses, but she really enjoys having a yoga mat and making up poses of her own.

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