How do you get going again after pregnancy?
Dating and pregnant. Classy
I thought same thing Lotte!!
I will need to do the couch to 5k as well - if I EVER get running again!! Feels a long way off at the moment esp when my osteo pointed out to me that walking is an impact sport for me right now so probably need to manage my expectations!
Dropped M off at daycare this morning and saw a digger round the corner so we went to watch it being unloaded - in freezing cold for half an hour!! Lucky I son't have someine watching when I start work - I'd be fired! M is transitioning into the juniors at daycare (goes up next month when she turns 2). They go every day for an hour and slowly build up and have an infants teacher with them. M has been doing this since Monday and now they just open the door and say 'are yo coming Matilda?' and she's off like a rocket. I don't think we will have to many problems with this stage!!
Hope you manage to avoid the voms Caro - yuck!!! Gross but somehow amusing to think of it spreding to 2 more continents! I hope they weren't unwell on the plane - think how far it would spred then?!!
Have serious case of CBA's this week - really should work - no motivation whatsoever!!!
Surely all the ladies will be up half the night peeing if they drink tea that late! Tea time is 5 o clock I say!
shoes seem fine Lotte, not that I'm doing many miles in them! Couch to 5k is a breeze JT, I'm really enjoying it. It is so so slow, only 3x a wk, and today, the second run of wk 6 (it's 9 wks long) was brisk walk 5 mins, jog 1mile, walk 3mins, jog 1mile. And that's after 6 wks! But obviously I wasn't a couch potato with zero running experience to begin with and I think if you were a total beginner it would be fine. My cousin Whois on the FB tri 2013 page was hugely over wt this time last yr after baby no 4 did it, has done park run in under 30 mins and lst a huge amount of wt and now wants to do a 10k. But like all things you have to have the right mmindset
no puking and def no morning sickness!!
so....grandparents want b day ideas for M. We're getting her a scooter, my sister is getting her a hula hoop, and a friend is getting her some Disney story CDs. Any other amazing ideas for a 5 yr old?
Skipping rope, craft box type things (the glitzy stuff thats usually too expensive on a whim!) craft kits (bags, book marks etc), cheerleader pompoms... Hmmm, not great with girls, sorry!
interesting you've confirmed what I suspected Caro. Think a lot of people expect just want to be able to run straight away and either get bored or push too quick and get injured. As you say, it's all about will power
glad M is doing well Hoggle. It's the trains for us!
really should get up... Yawning already!
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