Thursday, February 28, 2008

Yesterday was baby's first play date. He was a little overwhelmed (see video) I can't help but hear the old sesame street tune playing in my head "which one of these kids is doing his own thing, doing his own thing?......"
video
- don't worry - he always sleeps like that - he loves to pull his "woobie" over his head when he sleeps.














February 24 - March 1 Weekly mileage:
2/24 Sun- rest day
2/25 Mon -travel day
2/26 Tue - extra travel day (long story)
2/27 Wed- 7 miles intervals
2/28 Thur - cross train
2/29 Fri - 7.25 miles
3/ 1 Sat - cross train

Back to Reality. After what was supposed to be a 4.5 hour nonstop flight home from San Diego on Monday turned into a 40 hour travel adventure, we are happy to report that we are finally home sweet home. We were welcomed with subzero temperatures here (wind chill -26c) and piles and piles of snow. My next few workouts are going to be on the treadmill again.

Baby got his 4 month immunizations yesterday and isn't a very happy boy today. It's been a challenge trying to get in a workout. I am starting to realize how challenging it can be to train for a marathon with an infant. I am really looking forward to spring up here and the great races we will be running!

This weekeend is the LA Marathon. Unfortunately I won't be running this one. I am doing the 30k around the bay at the end of March, right now my goal will be increasing my mileage for that event. Hopefully I'll have a marathon event in sight for the late spring too. Maybe Mississauga Marathon or Ottawa Marathon...we'll see how the training goes.

1 comment:

GB said...

Wow, now THAT is a true Mom's group! I remember those days. :) I swear my little guy (now 2) used to sleep the same way as yours. He preferred something over his eyes and head! I was always checking on him to make sure he was breathing. He stopped doing it as soon as he started turning over and sleeping on his tummy (which he prefers). Now he buries his head in the corner of his crib. Crazy kid!

I'm glad you found out what was bothering you and causing the problems with your hips/butt/quads. I'm sure you'll be back to your pre-pregnancy shape a lot sooner than most. Hang in there.