Kiddie Sumo Wrestling

My friend Allison from All for the Boys blogged about kiddie sumo wrestling recently. Allison’s kids looked like they were having SO much fun that I KNEW that we just had to have our own kiddie sumo wrestling match! And Josh and I wanted in on the action as well. Make no doubt about it, it’s entirely as much fun as it looks like! Just grab some oversized t shirts, stuff them with pillows, and you’re good to go!

(note: photo credit goes to Max for the images of Josh and I)

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Jenny (290 Posts)

Jenny Solar is the co-founder of The Happy Family Movement and Phone Monsters, Inc. She's a wife to Josh and mama to three kiddos: Max, Ava, and Lia. She's passionate about creating memorable experiences for her family and inspiring others to do the same.


This is so AWESOME, I am so doing this with my son tonight. hahahaha


I just discovered your blog and I LOVE it! I am going to introduce sumo wrestling tonight. My boys (6 and 3) will go crazy. Thanks for the great ideas!!


So much fun! We'll have to try this. By the way, I love your stocking sheets. Target, right? :)


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