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Day 2 and better news!

Thursday, July 02, 2015

Good news, actually better news this time, I convinced my son to join me on the 30 day challenges!! He chose to work on abs and I’m doing the squat and butt challenges. The big deal there? my son is a teenager, ya know, they usually think mom doesn’t know much or is cool in any way. LOL! He made a deal with me, he joins me everyday for the challenges and I have to drink green tea with him. Green tea is not my …. cup of tea..putum pum! I will do it though, anything to have him happy and with me. Our next goal, to convince my daughter to join us. (another teenager!) She loves exercises so I'm hoping for a yes.

Although this journey is supposed to be a self discovery and transformation one for and about me, the mom in me has to include my babies. Oh look, I can get away with calling them babies in here..buahahaha! Besides, they crack me up, it’s never ever a dull moment when we’re together. To be honest, I started writing this entry maybe two hours ago. Yeah, my bedroom door is never shut for too long. I love it.

Looking forward to the next 29 days. I'll probably be a bit grumpy, green tea, yuck! We shall see.

Hugs and well wishes
Curvy

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  • SHAWFAN
    emoticon It's hard to get teenagers to do anything that parents want to do. You're doing great with your's! Good going!
    1623 days ago
  • POSITIVEWOMEN
    That is so great! It will be fun! Teenagers are so special and so full of wonderful surprises. Enjoy every moment you have with them!
    1624 days ago
  • FINDYOURFIT
    Go curvy! That's emoticon ! Make sure you post some before and afters sound like your about to go in beast mode! emoticon
    1624 days ago
  • IDICEM
    I'm impressed. Teenagers are hard to reel in. Have a good month!
    1624 days ago
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