Well, technically I started my day getting my restless child out of his crib at 5:45, feeding him a bottle and a half while pumping, THEN I went for a run.
Before the run I had to get a little MOJO, literally. Just half a bar, to help me make it through.
According to my Nike + on my ipod, I ran 3 miles. In 20 minutes? I don't think so. So I went to www.mapmyrun.com to check it out, and Nike lied. It was only 2.20 miles. Oh well, better than nothing.
I couldn't decide which dorky picture to post, so I did both!
After a nice cool shower, I put together a quick breakfast of 2 slices of zucchini bread and some pineapple Chobani.
Haven't tried the pineapple yet, it was delicious. Especially when I added a little shredded organic coconut on top. It tasted tropical.
Lunch was a chicken taco salad: spinach, chipotle chicken (another frozen chicken breast made ahead of time), sharp cheddar cheese, black beans, salsa and some crushed tortilla chips.
I got home from work and it was time to play hubby's favorite game.... hide the baby! Don't worry, he doesn't ever put him in a dangerous place, and it takes less than 20 seconds to find him because Tyler gives it away.
Haha... found you!!
It was pretty cute.
Supper consisted of a yummy steak, salad and pasta. I don't know why I've been eating so much steak this summer, I didn't think I even liked it very much. I only had half the steak though. Spinach salad on the side, and some garlic pasta thing (not a healthy option).
I also had a Bud Light lime. I don't really drink alcohol a lot these days, but BLL tastes so good on a hot day. And I also use the excuse that it helps with milk production. It really does increase the production, just have to wait awhile after drinking one to pump. And I need all the help I can get, since SOMEONE went from eating 5 oz at a time to 8/9 oz at a time. He's a growing boy!
Just wanted to say thanks for reading this... Mom. :) Hopefully a couple other people are too. I think I'm going to quit being scared and post a link to the blog on our Facebook page. Time to expose others to my
thrilling, fascinating, everyday life.