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Exercise? With 4 kids under 7?!

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I'm contemplating how I can squeeze some exercise into my week. Aside from my baby-boobie-monster who I am using as my excuse to not go to a gym or pool, I also have a 2yo who is only in nursery between 9-12, and my two school age boys. I walk them too and from school but it's not that far and doesn't count as extra exercise because it's part of my normal routine.

I keep telling myself that once Freddie is not as dependant on me for feeding - which is likely to be when I go back to work in May - I will be able to go swimming or visit the gym for an hour after work some days. But that is still a long way off and very dependant on how well Hubby copes with having all four kids to himself for that extra amount of time...

I'm getting back on the Wii Fit, even if I'm only dong a bit of Step with baby in the sling, not unlike this lady: Sling Lady's Blog. And there's more inspiration from the Moby Wrap people here: Moby Exercise. My lovely new walking boots are still a good intensive to walk into town to do my local shopping - so long as its not pouring with rain.

So my current options aren't great, but at least I have Mon - Fri mornings with just Freddie so I can walk into town or use the Wii Fit with him in the sling on those days. It's not much, but it's better for my weight than sitting on my bum watching telly and eating cakes.



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