Lets get up and Dance!
Jude is my life, and I was not going to let it be a boring and unproductive one. I signed Jude up for a mommy and me class before and he loved it so much. I was looking for something that was more than once a week and that will be entertaining the whole way thru. I looked at a few places online and decided to give MyGym a shot.
Before we went to the gym, I took Jude to the dentist. He had he teeth checked and counted. His teeth were stronger than ever. I love my little honey's smile, it makes me melt. He looks like a little model! It was an early appointment so we ran out of the door with a banana in hand.
My big boy :0)
I needed my Starbucks fix, so I got Jude a kids milk so he didn't feel left out.
I am still trying to ween him off and this is the best way. Introducing him to whole milk, 100% fruit juices, and lots of water has cut it down to once a day and for only 5 mins. He gets over it and wants some water I keep on my night stand.
Jude is my one and only child at the moment and it has definitely been a learning experience. I love being a mommy, and knowing there are activity centers like MYGYM just make it that much more fun!
With friendly instructions by Miss Holly and Mr Mikey, Jude and the other children quickly got comfortable and explored the gym. The way things were set up, it reminded me of Boomers (family fun center) and a gymnastics gym smashed together. There were tons of things to do.
Jude loved the ball pit.
There were two ramps to walk over before you can jump in...he spent a lot of time in there.
...and he loved the trampoline...
There were gymnastics bars too!
Dont underestimate 2 year olds!
After singing and dancing, its time to wind down. Jude did so well!
After class we over, he went straight to the water cooler.
The gym was quiet.
The trial went well, I signed him up and we are now members of this gym. Its $70 a month, but he loved it so much, it was worth it! When we got home, Jude napped for 2 hours.
Are you a mommy? What kinds of activities do you do with your child(ren)?