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    This year, mine both are doing track/field, gymnastics, and cross country. Through the rec department.

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    Soccer, both fall and spring. That's all though. I wanted them to do baseball this spring, but they picked soccer - it's hard to compete with a team with your best buds, I think.
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    We do martial arts. My older one did baseball for a while, and my younger wants to try t-ball (but i think he's too old now? he'll be 9 in the fall . . plus season already started). not very athletic here.
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    Soccer (spring and fall), t-ball in the spring, and swimming year round. I think next fall I'm going to try dance because he seems to have a bigger interest in it than sports.

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    Mine did Tae Kwon Do at the base Youth Center back in Korea. He's kind of slacked off here, though I keep encouraging him to get back into it.
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    DD has played softball for 10 years (summer league). DS used to play baseball (summer league also), but has chosen to run instead during the last 3 years. We run together some mornings, and he does some 5K's with my dh and me.

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    DD17 has played softball every spring since the age of 5. DD10 is not a "team" kind of player but loves riding her bike and swimming. DD8 is extremely athletic and will be doing dance/gymnastics and softball next year. We are a pretty active bunch but it's more on a family level than a team sport level.
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    Homeschooled DS plays Pony League baseball spring and fall. He's played every year since he was five or six and started in t-ball. Oldest DS (now in public school) runs cross country for the school team and plays golf with DH.
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    One in swimming year round (lessons and team) and I'm hopeful that the other will start yoga this fall.
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