Happy birthday TT and Camlo. Hope you are both having fab weekends. I'm still alive and now 6 weeks post baby's arrival. Been reading but no sort of routine yet so hard to post. Huge hugs to those of you who need them. I've been sorry to read about all the black clouds Camlo & CM especially. And also MM thinking of you & the other absentees at the mo.
Glad folk are still running & impressively too Caro! And well done on park run PBs JG. I went for a tiny weeny "run" the other day. Waited till darkness so no one would see me run/mostly walk along the pavements. Only did 20mins of which probably less than 10 was actual jogging but it was a start! Had physio this week & tummy muscles are healed and back together so it's just a case of building up again slowly I guess. Got into Berlin marathon for 2014 so it's nice to have a goal for a years time !
Will try to keep up better now. So sorry to hear about the various house issues and tenant issues too. Hope all works out.
Right little Isaac seems to be asleep now so I'll move him into his crib...,, oh and before I go - CONGRATS TATTY B!!! loving the pics on FB and what a great name!
Hey Hoggle, sounds like a lovely weekend. And your post reminded me I'm not the only one who has been on th bench for a while. How is your back at the mo? I guess if we plan on running for the rest of our lives, a few months out whilst our bodies repair themselves is nothing in th scheme of things.
ooooh just as well I asked! Ok so no planking or squatting for me for a while then. How long do muscles take to heal then? Hoping to have an appointment at the post natal physio clinic soon which may answer my questions. Golly I sooooo underestimated recovery times after an op. I've never had surgery of any kind before so had no idea really.
and yes - super well done on snowdon Mara Camlo. Impressed! And loved the outfit as well. That's awful about your aunt JT. Poor lady.
jg - your cat tales always make me smile. right bed now - please let mini Brookie sleep for at least 4 hours before wanting food!
Bad luck TTid. Hope Os settles enough to let you get some jobs done. GrandoRents who can help out are a big blessing. Your half term sounded fab CC. And golly, that poor kid JT - but poor u ha ing to cope with that kinda stuff. Hard.
Havent read back back much yet. Did u all survive the storm?! It was a storm in a tea cup here.....
in terms of the plank challenge - it probably isn't advised 3 weeks post c section right?! could do the squat one tho - where do I find that?
Hullooooooo!!! feel as though I've been away for ages!! Moved house a month ago today and only got phone line & internet connected this week just Gone. Before that j couldn't even get 3G on my phone. I had just enough signal to get FB now and again but could never see any comments or post anything ! I could " like " though.
so I haven't read back yet and can't wait to do so. I had a text exchange with EF & I think she passed on the news about baby Brookie 2 arriving safely! 6lbs 13 oz in the end so not as much of a teeny tiddler as the doctors feared. Phew ! Elective c section was amazing. So wonderful. - but oh boy, it is easier to recover quickly after even a fairly horrendous natural birth I reckon. Can't imagine ever running again & tummy still a little swollen at nearly 3 weeks post birth. EF - when did you run again?
Anyway , been missing u all. Will read back now. Sorry not to name check folk but I have no clue what's been happening and just wanted to say hi again first!!