Five miles the day after a crazy strength training class was quite painful, not sure if my quads are still alive after that.
Skye heard me sneaking out the door for my run in the early morning so we hung out for a bit before the five miles.
I got to have lunch with BECKY (she posts the best workouts ((and also specific ones for during pregnancy and postpartum)) and has awesome recipes)… Our babies are three days apart so they met which was fun.
Andrew took a break from studying and so we went and found the world’s largest swing set.
Andrew takes underdogs very seriously.
Skye got excited for when she gets to join them on the swings.
Brooke HATED the feel of grass on her feet when she was a baby but Skye definitely loves it.
We played around with the fancy picture taking on my phone.
Laughing at how hard Skye was laughing at Knox for dropping grass all around her.
We picked up my niece from school and went to the Creamery for ice cream.
Knox had his first t-ball practice with his team.
A bunch of you recommended this toner for me and I can’t wait to try it out, THANKS!
Does anyone else have a baby that loves to suck on their blankets… Skye has a piece of her blanket in her mouth whenever she gets the chance.
Our bathroom is still bright purple and Brooke had a very mischievous look on her face.
I saw this text that Andrew sent his friend that is also training for the American Fork Half… muhahahaha.
She loves her nightly calf massages.
Last night I went to be with the youth girls in my area (I do this through my church) and we made Mother’s Day gifts for their moms.
I have the day off from running which means I might make it to my SECOND strength training class of the week… I’m on fire.
I had one of those moments yesterday where I realize I have been doing something for 32 years (okay, probably more like 12 years) now and I had to slap myself out of it. Do you do that thing where you see a picture of yourself from a few years previously and think, “dang, I so wish I looked like that now.” Whether it is because of your muscle tone, the jeans you used to fit into, your skin, your hair or your lack of black circles under your eyes? Well, I came across a picture from about 2.4 years ago and had that same thought… Look at those muscles I used to have or I was so much faster then and I had about 40 less zits back then compared to now, I wish I could look like that right now. And then I thought about it—> 2.4 years ago, I am sure that I may have come across a picture from a time even before then and had the EXACT. SAME. THOUGHTS. about how I wish I could have looked the way that I did before then. That’s exhausting. To constantly be thinking about how you wish you looked like (or you worked like or you ran like or you acted like) you used to in some way and never be thrilled with where you are at the moment because anytime you think about where you were previously, you wish you were there instead. So, I decided I’m taking this out of my thought process and I’m just going to love where I’m at now because the present is where’s it’s at. Anybody else do this? Just me? Time to just be happy with the present because the past already happened and I want to be where I’m at now… not then.
I need your expertise. I need a new swimsuit or two since last summer I was pregnant and the swimsuits before that are definitely not fitting… HELP! Where are some of your favorite online places to get swimsuits? I need your help ASAP because there is going to be a lot of swimming happening this summer with the kids.
What is your sentence of the day?
Parents reading—> What sports are your kids currently loving?
I’m into salads again (I wasn’t for awhile there because I got sick of them and that will probably happen again in the future;)… What are your current favorite salad toppings?