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When I was a little girl, my family was very active. We loved to spend time at the river---fishing and looking for rocks and Bigfoot. We took week long camping trips---my brother and I running all over the campsite making up adventures. Days at home were spent outside, exploring the yard and playing in the sprinkler. There was no internet then and no way to take our Nintendo outside the house. Man, I miss those days!
Jamie and I have not done as well with providing this kind of active, outdoorsy life for our own kids. We both work jobs that require us to be online a lot and that keeps us tied down to the indoors a lot more than we'd like. Still, we are making more and more of an effort all the time to pull away from our screens and get out and be active with our kids. We have lots of parks and walking trails in our area. One of our favorite places to get outside and run around is the Pea Ridge battlefield park. It's got some great walking paths and lots of early American history.
The older I get, the more concerned I become with developing and maintaining an active lifestyle with my family. I worry that my body will give out before the part of me that stays motivated to be active does. One way to build confidence is by taking new Caltrate® Bone & Joint Health. One daily tablet provides my body with the ingredients for bone and joint health, strength and flexibility. It contains UC-II which is a collagen that supports healthy cartilage and is not processed by high heat or chemicals. Caltrate® Bone & Joint Health also contains Calcium, Vitamin D3, and extra minerals for bone strength and flexibility.
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Yesterday, Liam, Avalon, and I played baseball in the front yard. It was so nice getting out and tossing the ball with him---especially since his three older brothers are probably getting too old to want to toss the ball around with mom. (That, and they'd probably take out my face when they chuck it back at me.) Having sporty fun with my kids is a blast when I'm not worried about health issues.
New Caltrate® Bone & Joint Health may help you stay active and confident about your health. Do you have concerns about bone and joint health? Let me know in the comments below.