He's happiest outside where he's free to roam around & can bounce and throw his basketball. He loves to run (mostly away from me) which seems to have started the moment he realized he could walk. Grocery shopping with London is now the most exhausting responsibility I have as a parent. (I've added "grocery shopping: 4000 calories" into my fitness app as exercise on several occasions).
From mad dashes towards the stairs, to knocking down a stand of chips onto a woman at the grocery store (so sorry lady!..and Publix!), letting him down to "walk" gives me anxiety. But it's still fun to watch him explore & you can tell it makes him happy to be in the midst of action.
Does anyone else find trips to the store with a toddler insanely exhausting? :)