… I’ve been here for years! Fun fact – when Nolan was about 5 weeks – to about 3 and a half months or so he was extremely colicky and at 6pm every night on the dot he would just cry and cry and cry, and one of the few things that would semi-console him was to dance with him to L.L. Cool J – something which we will be sure to remind him of throughout his life I’m sure.
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Anyway I feel like I am making a comeback but it certainly doesn’t come easy. I was able to hop on the treadmill this weekend and got in a whopping 2 miles, a little shorty run that I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m sore from. I was lucky enough to be able to run until I was about 6 months pregnant and then I had to switch to walking so it’s been a solid 9 months of no running. All those articles that describe how long it takes to lose your fitness? Yup I’m pretty sure I’m at that ‘completely lost it’ side of that spectrum. But that’s ok, it’ll be really great to look back and see how far I’ve come!
Don’t mind the dust on the treadmill. It’ll be gone shortly That is kind of symobolic, no? I’m picking myself up and brushing the dust off because I sure do feel dusty when it comes to running.
The rest of the weekend was spent in the pool with this little guy.
He absolutely loved every second of it and is a total water baby!
I also cooked a real meal on Saturday,
If there’s bacon in it that means it’s paleo which means it’s healthy, right? #notafoodblogger
I am trying to cook more real food lately, the amount of Easter chocolate I’ve consumed is beyond crazy. To the point where I have dreams about Reese’s eggs, no joke.
So that was my weekend. A little running, a little swimming, a little cooking. Just the way a weekend should be 🙂
What was the funnest thing about your weekend?
Anyone else need a chocolate/sugar detox like me?