|Yah, call me crazy. I deserve it.|
|Just waiting for Greta's infant sling to arrive so we can test it out!|
We also were very lucky to have found a contact that had the ski attachment. Greta is excited for her first ski outing!
The highlight was a 5 mile run with one of my athletes. It was the first time that I've run fast for a LONG time, and wow... was it fun :). Perhaps my excitement was also partially borrowed from my athlete: after I coached her on a few form things, she was running faster than she has EVER run before. *Huge grins all-around*
|Meeting another athlete at the Carleton track for a mile time trial. She ran a 16 second PR (hard to do in a mile effort!)! I timed, Nate pushed Greta around the track.|
This week's log had a lot of "sooo tired" entries. I try to be a "good wife" and wake up to feed Greta whenever she needs during the night (since Nate is the one that needs to be awake and fully functioning during the day!). After nights where I'm up every hour and a half, though, I just don't function well :(. I have always needed more sleep, so this sleep deprivation thing really hits me.
I've had multiple nights where I'm literally so tired that I feel drunk. Not kidding. I need to get better at sleeping when Greta takes her short cat-naps... I just feel like I should be accomplishing something during that time... coaching, house stuff, errands, etc.
But, when I'm trying to keep my eyes open while feeding her, I stare into her big eyes and immediately forget my insane tiredness :). True love!
|Hard to be frustrated with a face like that! Thank you AO for the outfit!!|
Wow, I have a lot of work to do!
In other life news:
|Jeff and Christina came to visit baby Greta. Jeff put her through the paces. Baby calisthenics, anyone? This kid is doomed...|
|We officially joined out church! We've been going for a number of years but hadn't filled out the "official" paperwork. Now it's "official" -- I guess :)|