Sometimes I wonder if the double jogger was worth it. Nick rarely wants to sit in it. It gives me the option at least if I want to jog with both of them but I go so slowly that I'm not really sure that it was a necessary item. Nick's tolerance level is about 15 minutes. It is nice for places like the mall until I take Nick out or he wants out - again, 15 minutes. Maybe in the future he'll sit longer? Or maybe if I have another girl, girls seem more low key. Kara and the baby girl could sit in there? Regardless, we made it out yesterday afternoon and I was able to "run" for 15 minutes. It was nice, felt nice, great weather.
Today I was able to run for 15 minutes at the gym while both kids played in daycare there and then 45 at home while both then just Nick was napping and Kara hung out and played. While the run felt good, and I NEEDED it - a) it was rough because the weather outside is gorgeous and I would have really liked to be out there running and b) I felt tired. My knees hurt. I feel tired tonight. I rested 5 straight days. Tomorrow I'm going swimming.
Dinners this week were sucky. Nothing good to post - last week was probably the best week of dinner ever so I'm making up for it this week by not feeling like making anything. What are your throw together in a few minutes dinners? Here - Dr Praegers and a veggie, pepper and eggs
Lately I've been wondering - is this the best of times? Is this as easy as it will ever be? I'm at home and not working with 2 adorable children that I'm absolutely love. I get to choose what we do everyday and while I'm a prisoner to their schedules which stinks at times, I have the time to workout and make healthy things. And at times, to scrapbook - a hobby. I am savoring every minute but at times I do complain (of course). If you are a mom, what was the easiest time for you (how old were your kids)? What was the hardest? Any lessons learned?