My family broke down and purchased a Wii Sport console and sport games this past weekend! At first I'm thinking "another one of my husband's toys!", but after I played a game of boxing - I changed my mind really quick. It is awesome. I boxed against my husband and I laughed so hard it hurt! We boxed three rounds and when it was over, he was victorious, but we were both on the floor - breathing heavy, and laughing so hard. If you don't have one of these - GO BUY ONE! It was a workout and I still have sore muscles. A sign that we are both out of shape, but hopefully not for too long. What a great way for the kids (especially Olivia) to get some exercise. We don't spend a lot of time inside the house, but it has been raining for it feels like two weeks now - so it's fun to play the Wii on such crappy days.

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Comment by landileigh on June 30, 2008 at 7:19am
we've had ours for 2 months now and LOVE it! i just got the Wii Fit yesterday, and it's already kicking my butt!
Comment by George Simmons on June 30, 2008 at 8:19am
YEAH!!! You've gotta join the "Wii Have Diabetes" group! So much fun.
Comment by landileigh on June 30, 2008 at 8:24am
here's the link!
Comment by George Simmons on June 30, 2008 at 8:25am
Thanks landileigh. I am way too lame to figure out how to link to it! :)
Comment by Ronda Darling on June 30, 2008 at 3:31pm
Thanks for the info!


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