That’s what I’ve run so far total. Tuesday’s run was much slower and with the baby-filled jogger, so the hills turned big again. Today it was time for a break so we went for a nice long walk instead. I’m not one of those runner types who can run every day and not fall to pieces. Never have been and I’m definitely not now. One challenge I’ve had is breaking out in hives after both runs, which were quickly addressed with Benadryl. I guess hormonal fluctuations are to blame for that. I’m not buying the argument that I should stop running because of this, although it definitely means I shouldn’t go hog wild with mileage.
I look forward to riding Nancy again but want to wait until I’m sure the stitches are all healed. My Monday appointment had all but one stitch gone, so I figure by this weekend or maybe early next week I can take the cruiser out for a short spin. Can’t be gone for long, though, because of hungry Remy. Nothing would make that kid happier than to be permanently attached to my breasts. That and be held while he sleeps every time. I think I need six arms and to learn how to change diapers and breastfeed while sleeping. I’ve heard of sleepwalking– how about sleep-diaper changing? Sounds good to me.