1.) You race your kids to the playgrounds. “Dibs on the monkey bars!”
2.) Your kids have to remind you not to run. As per the sign. Mommy.
3.) Your kids refer to their lower legs as calves and can point to their triceps.
4.) If you don’t have a kid in your arms, you feel as if you should be doing something. Like stretching or burpees. Even in cue at the grocery store.
5.) You take on physical challenges that most people wouldn’t – with your kids.
6.) Your daughter makes her barbies redo push-ups if they have bad form and use the term, “no rep”.
7.) Your children have more outdoor equipment than the kids department at MEC.
8.) Your child knows the markers for the local hiking trails by heart.
9.) They talk strategy about pacing their first 1k race.
10.) Every moment is an opportunity for play and movement.