Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Triathlons and tuberculosis

I do apologize for the lack of blogging lately. I've been busy, you know... living my life. I find that I have a million and six things I want to blog about and zero motivation to actually sit down and type. Work is busy and my house is continuously messy still and there is the garden to weed and water and Microbiology to study for (deadline is in three weeks... yeah... about that) and lots of friends to play with and hours of yoga/running/biking/swimming to throw in the mix and pregnancies to prevent and homemade granola to be made. I've been exercising a lot lately and it feels so yummy to my body, she just loves it. I also decided a few weeks ago that I'm going to train for and run/swim/bike in the Bear Lake Brawl Triathlon in August.

In other news, Theodore is wearing a pulse ox monitor tonight to test for sleep apnea. We'll see how annoyed he gets with something tied to his foot all night. 

Also, I've decided to not waste the summer on pregnancy. Too much exciting stuff to do. I can wait another four months... if my ovaries cooperate. 

Obligatory darling child pictures:

I went on a shopping spree at Baby Gap a few weeks ago and ended up with the loveliest clothes for the guy. I like picking out his stuff, and now that I'm not getting hand-me-downs it will become a necessity. PS: I got everything for under $5 each, cheaper than say DI.

I know he looks emaciated in this picture. He's just a skinny little thing.

Speaking of skinny and little, something funny about this picture is that the outfit was worn by Lauren's Benny when he was about seven months old, and Theodore can still wear it at 20 months old...

There is nothing about tuberculosis in this post, it's just the first 't' word that popped into my head when I was thinking of a title.


  1. Doesn't exercise just feel amazing? I did 3 miles tonight (yay!) and feel like superwoman. And I'm with you..pregnancy can weight while I enjoy running and jumping and hiking and whatever else :)


  2. alice looks emaciated in photos all the time too!! we were just saying how its nice to have another baby friend who is as little as alice to help us keep things in perspective, everyone else is a giant.

  3. You can still have hand-me-downs, but instead of giving you everything I have, tell me what you need (i.e. some jeans in a 2T, etc.) That way I can just send you some items instead of everything which you may or may not use.