|Oh man, that's some good hydration|
|Hey Mommy, top me off|
It was like hanging one of those water bottles for a hamster, but it worked and she started having wet diapers again. Even with the max dose of antibiotics, she was still pretty sick with the pneumonia all week. She would cough a lot when she laid down to sleep at night, so that meant she was one tired baby during the day.
|I need to rest up for my 2am parental wake up duties|
|Just keep holding me Mommy. I'm not heavy, right?|
Since we couldn't travel with the pukey pneumonia baby, my in-laws nicely came to us and the kids went nuts for the toys they brought.
|Grandpa, are you magic?|
Cordelia's favorite present by far was her baby slide. She has been up and down that thing more times than I can count.
|This is the best day of my life!|
My husband fixed my treadmill (YES) and I'm so, so glad it's functional again. It's been such nice weather and my husband is off work so I've only run on it once since it's been fixed. Peanut and I have been spending a lot of quality time together while running and she's looking slim and fit lately. She's also extra tired which is awesome. Faith has a new routine of tucking in the tired coonhound every night, complete with Peanut's favorite ball:
|Finally, the treatment I deserve|
Over the past two weeks, I've started running with Hoka shoes. They are super sexy.
|All the grandmas want shoes like mine|
After my first run with the Hokas, I stopped caring what they looked like because I love them so much. I guess I shouldn't use "love" because I haven't even run 100 miles on them yet, but so far these shoes can do no wrong for me.
When my husband saw the Hokas, he asked (after he finished laughing) if I was going to fall off them. I smugly told him that I hardly ever fall anymore, which is how I jinxed myself into doing this on Saturday's trail run:
|Turns out I don't have normal Bandaids|
I managed to bang my knee on a tree stump and fall into a thorn bush and scratch up my arm, so that's what I get for being smug about my cat-like agility.
100 mile training starts today (ran 9 miles this morning) but my primary focus for training so far is trying to reduce the amount of sleep deprivation training I'm doing. Since she was sick, Cordelia has decided that she rather liked the nighttime attention and rocking and has been up for hours for the last 4 nights. She's not sick anymore, so it's tough love time. Since she was already making my life miserable, I decided to night wean her at this same time. That's what you get baby, that's what you get.
|I told you to not mess with Mommy's precious 5 hours of sleep a night|
Are you catching up on sleep or banking some sleep deprivation during these holidays?
Do you ever tuck in your pet? I highly recommend it, just for the giggles.