3 days of no workouts + 2 kids with runny noses inside a home + 1 mama under the weather = CRAZINESS.
I think I need to attempt to run this afternoon while they are sleeping - I'm going to lose my mind very soon! I haven't taken the kids out because I don't want them to spread germs, so we've gone out for tops 30 minutes each day to do a small errand. Luckily the weather hasn't been great, so it is easier to be inside, but whoa! It's a killer combo to be stuck inside, not feeling well and not getting a therapeutic workout in. I'm hoping to be back in the game tomorrow for sure with a run, swim on Friday and then hopefully run again Saturday and Sunday. It's been nice to rest somewhat during the days, but I cannot even sleep well at night. I'll be exhausted and cannot sleep. It reminds me of the end of the pregnancy with Kara. I feel like I have a million things swirling in my head. This morning I made Nick & I some delicious waffles with blueberries, oatmeal, almond milk, apple sauce, coconut, cinnamon and baking powder. I'll have to recreate them and measure and take a picture. They were worth making again! I put a dollop of whipped cream on top and Nick was calling it cake. "more cake! more cake!" haha. This one is going to think banana softserve is ice cream and waffles are cake. I'll take it!
Last year, Nick was 1 so he wasn't communicating just saying mama, dada and various words. Now he's like a little person. I want to make his birthday special. The party is on Saturday and his birthday on Sunday. I figure I'll make him a special breakfast with a candle - maybe a waffle, muffin or pancakes or a bagel since he loves bagels. We'll have balloons everywhere and sing to him again at night. What are your birthday traditions? or birthday memories? How can I make his birthday special?