Dad Forces Family Fitness

Dad Forces Family Fitness

In today’s episode of #BeleafinFatherhood, I take the chocolate babies out to the backyard for a family workout. In addition to working on their physical health and meal prepping healthy foods, the kids take Emergen-C Kidz Daily Immune Support Gummies as a natural way to support their daily immune system while also enhancing their energy with B-Vitamins. It’s a great addition to our children’s health journey. Thanks to Emergen-C for sponsoring this video!

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  1. The level of self reflection that you guys, as parents share is so inspiring. I often think that I will be single forever, and to be honest that doesn't really scare me. I know that there's so much growth that needs to happen before I can even entertain the idea of being a parent. I really appreciate you all sharing your platform to show what black love life growth struggle and a self reflection is like. I've learned so much from you all and I know that I will continue to. you guys are amazing. each and every one of you!

  2. Being a father is healing your inner child.

    That hit me in an unexpected way. I'm 42 and it's only been in the last couple of years that I've learned to comfortably live in my own head and skin. I got pretty messed up as a kid by my dad and other bullies, and I've learned now how to live with that and forgive and move on, but when I was in the time of my life when I might have thought about having kids, my wife and I decided against it. They're were a lot of reasons for that, but on a strictly personal level, I felt like I might become the man I grew up hating because I felt like he was that way because of me. I thought, and still sometimes can't avoid feeling like I ruined everything for my family when I was born. I didn't want to feel that way about anyone. Now we're pretty well past the time when we would even consider kids and sometimes I wonder if I missed out.

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