When it comes to alcohol I can usually stop after the 1st but if I don't stop then then I probably won't stop. As the kids still don't sleep well I really can't afford to over indulge.
C will start school next year and I know I'm going to be a wreck, i'm horribly sentimental. We moved house at the end of april and the nursery up here didn't have any places for last term so I've had them both at home 24/7. They both start in a couple of weeks time (it'll be the first time for E), I think I'll feel a bit lost for the couple of mornings that they're both in for a while.
Still full of cough and cold so no running for me.
Vixo, I'm embarrassed to say that we have a turbo trainer precisely so I could get some exercise and time in the saddle without leaving home but it's such a faff to dig it out and set it up that it never gets used. Maybe I should revisit the turbo trainer before spending more cash on more junk that we just don't have space for.
I have just read back over everything I've missed but there's so much I can't remember who said what so apologies for this not being personal.
I had a heart monitor with DS but was too fat for it to pick anything up at any point during the pregnancy.
Potty training DS was a nightmare for ages (had to resort to pull ups) then someone suggested getting him to choose some big boy pants even though we already had some and then he just got it.
Sorry to hear about illnesses and redundancies. I hope things improve soon.
Ignoring the cold didn't work, I'm absolutle full of it and sound like I'm dying of plague. I'll wait for it to clear off my chest and then start again. I'm considering buying a second hand step machine so I've got no exuse not to excercise even if hubby is out. Any thoughts as to weather that's a good idea?
Hugs to everyone who's had bad news and yay to everyone who's had good news. The fasting programme sounds really interesting, what channel was it on?
I managed to get out last night for session 2 of the first week of the run/walk programme and it was really hard. I'll see how the next one goes and maybe repeat this week a couple of times until it feels a bit easier.
I'm fed up with being fat and unfit and I want to be a good example for the kids. Now my youngest is 13 months old and we're finally living in the same place as hubby again I'm pretty much out of excuses so I'm giving this running lark a go. I'm taking it slowly and following (or at least trying to) the 8 week getting started plan on here. I tried starting a fortnight ago but a combination of sleep stealing children and hubby working late zapped all my enthusiasm and it all fell apart. Started again on Monday and now feel like I'm getting DD's cold, I'm going to ignore it and hope it goes away. I think I will just have to run round the garden if hubby's working late, it can't be any more dull than a treadmill after all. The screaming has restarted so I'd better go and find out who's being mean to who.
Have a good day.