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I've mentioned previously that I'll be attending the Double Bubble Run on September 8, 2018 at Crumland Farms in Frederick, MD. I hope you'll be there with me.
I love having opportunities like this to share with my family. It's the kind of thing we as parents need to do more of because it creates lasting memories for our children.
My wife is really great about finding activities for my son and daughter during the week and on weekends. I can't think of a better way to spend time with your toddler on a Saturday than running through bubbles. Can you?
After the raced (which is about a mile at most I think), you can take your little one over to their Fun Zone and continue the fun. Why not, right?
Look, you don't have to be a runner for this. It's a fun run. Just enjoy a beautiful day with the family.
If you're in the area or plan to be, here's the info:
Packet Pickup: Friday, September 7 from 12 pm to 5 pm
Registration: Frederick Double Bubble Run
Address: Crumland Farms, 7612 Willow Road, Frederick, MD 21702
Be sure to check out my post on the 3 Reasons You Need To Bring The Family To The Double Bubble Run. It provides all the details about the race you need to know.
I'll be wearing my Run The Money t-shirt that day. So, please don't hesitate to stop me and say hi.
Sorry, I don't do autographs (just kidding). Nobody asks.
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