First off, some good news:
Sweat Pink Ambassador! Hopefully for me this means I will be more involved in my running community here in SLC, and I might even get to do some product reviews for all of you (I know you're all excited about that - who doesn't love product reviews shoved in their face?!)
Here is something cool that Andrew found for me. I think he is starting to get the running bug. No he has not ever run more than 3 miles in his life, but I am working on him!
Baby J kind of has a 30 minute limit for running in the stroller these days so it is easy to blame it on him and cut my run short. But would it really make a huge difference to him if I went on for one more mile? Probably not. Excuses excuses, am I right?
Thursday's run went a lot better but I still cut it short. I'm such a wimp sometimes. Probably not the best idea to lose motivation with one month to go until the marathon. Next week is a new week!
And now for some pictures from the week!
Baby J was looking too cute in the baby carrier the other day. Just an armless, smiley little boy.
Yawning in the car after his 3 shots at the doctor :(
We have been doing a lot of this all week. It is so easy to just lay in bed all morning and cuddle with this little munchkin. Yesterday we took a nap together in my bed. I was on my side, Baby J was on the other side. He kept looking over at me as I tried to fall asleep (and he was just babbling and rolling around) and finally he scooted on over, right into the crook of my arm, and promptly fell asleep. I about died. Such a little snuggle bunny.
Always a good sport for the beginning of a run! Did he grow up like, way too fast, or what?!
This is an awful picture but I have to tell the story to go with it. On the way home from the park today, Baby J was whining and wouldn't take his pacifier. Finally I reached for the only thing in sight that was semi-baby friendly: the sun shade. I handed it to him, all nicely folded up so he could play with it. The rest of the drive home he was SILENT. I checked in the baby mirror and he was giddy with happiness, playing with that thing. I kept checking and the sun shade kept growing as it unfolded and covered Baby J so I couldn't see him anymore, but he remained happy!