Brooke already knows how to get grandma to get her whatever she wants at the toy store. This is her ‘pretty please with a cherry on top can I have this stuffed animal’ face. The toy store trip was very successful for Ms. Brooke.
And for the first time in a week I ate dinner at home last night. It felt kind of weird to have to do my own dishes. Oh wait, my dinner of toast, leftovers, yogurt and an apple didn’t require any dishes.
Two things about my mom that made me sad:
1. I found out yesterday that she is NOT a Coldstone person? AKA she doesn’t really care for Coldstone ice cream. I know.
2. She had never eaten a donut shop donut (she had only tried grocery store and krispy kreme donuts which do not count as real donuts in my opinion). Brooke (half asleep when we went) and I decided we had to take her for dessert.
Baby and mini donut in the same picture….doesn’t get any better for me.
And my beautiful apple fritter. I may have now hooked my mom on donut shops.
It is a spin and running morning for me. I haven’t posted a playlist in way too long so here is this morning’s mix. I couldn’t remember what number of playlist it is hence the ?
Interesting read: How Pregnancy Changes a Runner’s Body. Um, yeah. I have definitely noticed huge changes in both my running and in spin. I do feel like I am a stronger runner now compared to before I had Brooke but the first few months after having her I felt like I was running with a completely different body. Doing all of this core work that my coach has had me do has helped it feel a little more normal now.
Runners that have had kids…have you noticed big differences in your body when you run post baby?
Is there somewhere that you have never been to before that everyone else has (i.e. my mom and a donut shop)?
Last group exercise class that you went to? Did you enjoy it?
Donut or cupcake?