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A Sporty Little Christmas - Laura (Mama Lego!)

When I first read Laura's name, I instantly thought of structures such as Buzz and Woody which then made me think of Disney World (which, of course, THEN made me want to go to Orlando!) 






Mama Lego is blogging her life of fitness, parenting and healthy eating over on http://www.healthyfoodieslosingbooties.blogspot.ca. Be sure to check out her site for some great reads! 

What is your favorite sport?
Chasing my kids?! Haha .. I am a new runner and absolutely love it, and yoga .



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What is your favorite race distance and why?
I adore 5K runs .. They're slightly longer than my comfort level and give me lots to work towards!

How long have you been running?
6 wonderfully challenging months! :)

What advice would you give a reader who has never run a race before?
Train properly and keep pushing forward. Whether you think you can or you think you can't: you're right! Just believe in yourself and you will achieve your running goals! And save lots of money for registration fees .. Running races will be an addiction you soon come to love and you'll need every penny! :)

What is your favorite race memory?
Finishing my first ever 5K and crossing the line - right into my husband's arms :)
What are you most thankful for this Holiday Season?
Coffee? (ha!)

My incredibly supportive Team Lego. My kids and my husband are my biggest fans and I am so thankful for their love and encouragement - and also incredibly thankful that they are all healthy :)

Inspirational Quote:
She believed she could, so she DID!

Favorite Holiday Movie?
National Lampoon's Christmas

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