I always think running will wake me up and 99% of the time, I'm right. Today however, it didn't work and after 2 miles outside I ended up sleeping for over 2 hours midday instead of running more. I didn't wake up feeling rested, and I actually still feel groggy. I don't understand how napping can be so wonderful and sucky at the same time.
Since Faith turned 2, I've been changing up the nighttime routine so we all eat dinner together. I used to feed her at 5pm and then fix another dinner for my husband and I after she went to bed, but now I think she's old enough to wait to eat until 6pm. She sure eats a whole lot more when we all dine together! I made breakfast for dinner tonight (waffles, bacon, and eggs) and she ate 6 pieces of bacon and only stopped because we didn't have anymore. Bacon and berries, the toddler dinner of champions.
I'm 20 weeks pregnant today (in theory, halfway done) and as my gift to myself, I got a sweet support band for running. It was recommended to me by a few people who ran while pregnant and if nothing else, it's good for a few laughs. It looks like I'm going to go help someone move heavy furniture.
|My husband said that I'm not pregnant enough for the belt yet|
I know that I blog about a random variety of stuff, so the search terms that lead people to my blog are always interesting. The ones that I saw today actually made me laugh, so enjoy.
I can't even pick my favorite.
My husband and I have been watching the miniseries Hatfields&McCoys on the History Channel and every time it's on, the dog comes downstairs to watch too. She normally never comes down until she hears us cleaning up (she's on Faith's bedtime schedule). She was born in West Virginia and we have a theory that deep down, she's a Hatfield.
|I have a hankering to go chase me some McCoys|
Did you watch the Hatfields&McCoys? I found it to be pretty violent and disturbing, but I still enjoyed it if that makes sense.