Friday kicked off the "Take a Child Outside" Week. There were a lot of activities around the area, but unfortunately, we weren't able to participate. We were outside for a large part of the weekend, but we weren't exactly communing with nature. Instead, our weekend was filled with sports: my race (got 2nd in my age group!), Shoo's soccer class, Jones' soccer game, and the Nationals' game. I love the fall and I love getting outside and hiking and picking apples and going to fall festivals, but as the kids are getting older, we find ourselves more and more "scheduled".


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Comment by Nicole Kristiana FitzGibbon on September 27, 2010 at 9:06pm
Outside is so important for kids! Thanks for sharing this in your blog. Here's a great article about the importance or recess and the outdoors for our children that I read some time ago. Still holds true. We go biking and walking regularly! http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/24/health/24well.html

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