Happy Easter/Passover, my Dingo Sisters!!!
stegenrae ~ that flow chart is great! DH loved it too. I'm more primal than paleo, as I do eat some dairy (heavy whipping cream, butter) and like Mark Sisson's 80/20 principle of eating 80% primal and 20% planned other. For example, tonight I had a bowl of ice cream for my Easter dinner dessert. Not paleo, not primal, definitely yummy and for a special occasion, okay for me. Whole30 is like hard core paleo. It really helped me to pinpoint my intolerances/tolerances more clearly as I slowly added foods back in when the 30 days were up.
Real ~ awesome race!!!! Nice job and great pace!
jooj ~ my husband has a huge list of exercises my DS chooses from every day and he gets points for doing different things. When he has amassed a certain number of points, he gets a new book or Lego or whatever. Some things on the list include pushups, soccer drills (dribbling around cones), practicing his trampoline routine, back and forths with the soccer ball, toe raises, free kick practice with both feet, and planks. Also how about things like burpees, or gymnastics moves (somersaults, handstand contests, cartwheels, etc.)? We also do a lot of scooter races and biking here, but I don't know how feasible any of that is where you are living. Have a great day today!
RR ~ short run today, hike planned tomorrow (stegenrae, we are going to the SP you recommended in Missouri!)
NRR ~ We had just a wonderful Easter Sunday with church this morning, a leisurely lunch, lots of playing outside, an egg hunt and a delicious dinner (ham, scalloped potatoes, asparagus and green beans, plus the aforementioned ice cream). I almost throttled my neighbor as he loudly told my DD2, "The Easter Bunny isn't real!" Same kid who told my middle child that Santa wasn't real last winter. Honestly, I have no problem if your family doesn't do Santa or Easter Bunny, but please make it clear to your children that announcing the "truth" to those who do believe is NOT cool .