I could have run early in the morning alone, or I could have run later with these two… sleep won, and I pushed the kids.
I’m hoping that Utah just forgot this year to be ridiculously cold like it usually is and that I get shorts/tank weather all year long.
I enjoyed going through the pictures from our run afterward and zooming in on Skye’s facial expressions.
6.43 miles + 20 minutes lower body strength workout (that wasn’t my favorite…) in the garage while Skye and Beck played next to me.
I witnessed a moment of sharing, which SHOCKED me because this doesn’t happen often. I’m glad I could document it.
I am trying to binge on sunlight and warmth before it is gone.
Skye told me she had the best morning of her life.
We went through all of Brooke’s old clothing, washed and then organized them into her drawers.
I’m a huge fan of hand-me-downs with the girls. Brooke is super gentle on her clothing, and so it works out perfect with Skye. SO many flashbacks to when she wears something that I remember on Brooke so well.
Skye makes a great lunch date for rice bowls.
We went on over to Runner’s Corner once we picked up Brooke.
Every time we go there, we try a different waffle.
And then my sweet friend brought over THE cookbook and the most delicious homemade cinnamon rolls (which I ate two of for dinner:). Has anyone tried any of the recipes from here yet? Where should I start?
Let’s get chatting about some tangents!
*Beck is happiest when he is dirty.
*Skye is currently showing the most interest in mountain biking, and Andrew is eating it up.
*Until Beck is 8, we will now only be doing drives over 20 minutes at night. Our drive back was so enjoyable. Everyone slept the whole way, and the two of us had a 3.5-hour uninterrupted conversation/music listening session.
*We are buying Beck a dishwasher for Christmas;). It is the only thing he cares about at this stage in his life.
*My run on Saturday involved listening to Taylor Swift on repeat, and on my run yesterday, I listened to ‘Down By the Bay’ on repeat for Skye. Very different experiences.
Give me a tangent or two!
Hand-me-downs… a thing when you were growing up or in your family now?
-I loved getting any of my sister’s old clothing, and when we were finally the same size, we shared all of our clothes all of the time.
What kind of clothes are you running for your runs this month… Shorts? Leggings? Coats? Gloves? Tanks?
Jogging stroller moms in the past or present… Do you love it? Do you stick to flat or conquer the hills? Do/did your kids love it?
-Skye loves it, and Beck is getting better with it… He is happy if we are moving but if we are stopped he is done with it.