Racing for $Free99 Family FunΒ 

✨We all had a playroom growing up. It was called “outside.”✨

Looking for some easy Free99 Family Fun? Just get outside & play!  Challenge your kids to a race & you can either have fun showing them that you still got it, or THEY can have fun making you eat their dust cause you’re getting too old to keep up with them πŸ˜©πŸ˜‚ 

If you want to spice things up, here’s a few fun ways to add a twist to the fun:

1) Backwards Race: Everybody runs backwards.  Harder & funnier than it sounds!  Your kids will crack up when everyone starts to fall all over themselves πŸ˜‚

2) Three-legged Race: Break up into teams of two.  Stand side by side with your partner & use a scarf to tie your right leg and your partner’s left leg together so that you’re stuck to each other.  Race other pairs who are tied together the same way. Again: harder & funnier than it sounds to coordinate the movement of your “third” leg with another person lol

3) Wheelbarrow Race: Break up into teams of two.  Have your partner get down on all fours & then pick up their feet, holding one foot in each of your hands. Your partner’s hands will remain on the ground so that you’re holding them up & moving forward as if pushing a wheelbarrow.  Have fun racing the other teams! 

Here’s a little #tbt to me racing my baby boy last year & my hubby going up against our oldest two kids.  I let baby boy win 😜but I’m not telling who ate the dust sandwich in my hubby’s race πŸ˜šπŸ€πŸ‘€ 



Easy & Fun Art Activity

✨Perhaps creativity is just intelligence having fun ✨

This #free99familyfun activity is always a hit: Cover a table with white paper (tape down the sides so it stays put), set out some art supplies & let the kids go crazy. 

The little ones love it, but those blank white spaces tend to bring all ages to the table (even if only for a short while 😜). Your art supplies can be as simple as @crayola crayons, colored pencils, or even regular pencils. OR you can try this simple DIY paint recipe: add a few drops of food coloring to condensed milk & stir. Voila! You have non-toxic paint which is especially awesome if you have a baby like mine who loves to eat everything! πŸ˜©πŸ˜†