First-- for those of you viewing in a reader-- I changed my top banner to one of my preggo running photos instead of the ultrasound pic. And no, that is not my belly hanging out at the bottom-- that was before I was smart enough to tuck my support band into my shorts so it totally looks like my belly was hanging out. And as I discussed early on-- the camelbak was a great investment for running during pregnancy!!
Ran a nice WET and COLD five miles last night.
My husband's work place has this thing going with Virgin Health where we wear a pedometer for a year (stop me if I have mentioned this). If we get so many steps in a year, we get some kind of monetary prize. So since I have been wearing this ped since September of last year, I have realized how few steps I get in a day if I don't excercise. We're talking like maybe 5000 steps if I don't do any formal running. That's awful! THey recommend everyone get at least 7000 a day. When I ran my 5 miles last night and had a pretty normal day otherwise, I was at 13,000 steps. I just find it interesting to track since I had not really worn a ped before.
I bought the kiddo some sunglasses (I have crazy light-sensitive eyes and red about UV damage to baby's eyes) so I bought him a pair from Amazon. Here is a pic with the tags still on. : )