Cincinnati Family Magazine

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April 22, 2024

New Year, New You! 

This January a “Thing to Do” with the family is to get moving and get fit. Remember to focus on fun and having a healthy body while exercising together. Here are a few products we love to get every member of the family moving:

The Fisher-Price Baby Biceps Gift Set
will have babies ripped in no time. The set comes with a kettlebell rattle, dumbbell, jingly protein shake and an adorable headband (just in case Baby breaks a sweat). You might think this set is more fun than functional, but think again – Baby will be working those fine motor skills with this sweet set. Available for $14.99 at


Progressive Crawlers organic cotton gripper pants are perfect for active crawlers. Designed by a pediatric physical therapist, the innovative grip patches help with stability and strength to allow kiddos to get moving without slipping! These adorable and functional pants are available in size 6-9 months, 9-12 months and 12 – 18 months in bold, vibrant colors like teal, kiwi, butterscotch and more. Available for $36 at


Ninjaline Intro Kit with Obstacles will get kids bodies climbing, swinging, balancing, pulling up and so much more – all while having tons of fun. Whether slackline training or testing their strength and endurance on the rings and bars, kids will love the skills gained from this ninja warrior line kit. Available for $99.99 at 

All in Motion Stability Ball will leave it’s users feeling both stretched and strong. Bounce and move to activate muscles and increase flexibility; there are thousands of yoga ball exercise videos available for free on YouTube. Bonus: kids can get moving while bouncing as they do homework or as they read. Yoga balls make a great flexible seating option for fidgety kids! Available for $14.99 at 



About the Author

Amanda Ciani

Amanda Ciani lives in Northern Kentucky with her husband and their three terrific sons. She enjoys writing haiku parenting poems for her Instagram account (@cinciciani), and Twitter account (@haikuciani).