Weekend, by the numbers:
0630 = daily wakeup time by the kids BOTH days (oh well)
2 = naps I took! Thank you Josh!
90 = daily temp. Although I can’t complain, I actually think our weather has been milder than many southeastern areas (my sister texted me that I was missing out on 98 degree weather in NC. ugh!)
5 = “anchor events” I’d say we had. One children’s museum trip, one family brunch, one date night, a casual brunch at our house, and A’s ballet class (does that count?). It was a full weekend. Hence my need for 2 naps.
2 = kids who can swim! Cameron still needs supervision, but he can swim short distances, taking breaths and generally saving himself from demise. Both kids are obsessed with jumping in 939393 times.
384 = times I think the kids have watched Trolls. It just doesn’t seem to get old for them . . . luckily the soundtrack is pretty catchy.
#1 = personal ranking of my new fave Miami restaurant! Locals, check out KYU. Everything we had was great, but especially fantastic highlights included a lemongrass-topped avocado salad, mushrooms in this absolutely magical sauce, and a perfect layered coconut cake finale. Even my virgin mojito was delicious! (note: I will say it is much easier to get up with your children at 6:30 am post-date-night when you do not drink anything. BUT I still miss wine.)
124 = minutes Moment says I spent on my phone. Not amazing, not terrible.
WORKOUTS LAST WEEK
pregnancy wk 20
M – Treadmill, 3 mi in 32:46 (2 longer running chunks with a 2-min walk break in the middle)
T – Barre3 weekly workout (30 min)
W – Treadmill, 3.5 mi, 40 min (8 min run, 2 min walk breaks x 4)
R – Treadmill, 4 mi in 45 min: run 1 mi / walk / run 0.5 mi x 2 / walk / run 0.25 mi x 2
F – REST
S – Treadmill, ran continuously, 3.42 mi in 36 min. This was actually my first run without walk breaks in forever!
S – Barre3 prenatal workout (30 min, gentle)
Miles – 13.9; Barre3 – x2
The new golden coil planners I am slightly fixated on go up on Kickstarter today! (Or at least they are supposed to . . . let’s hope!). I will be purchasing one in the name of market research (and also because I WANT.)
You look adorable! Yeah, we had high-90s all last week and it was awful. I kind of really want one of those planners. I love the idea of being able to customize! I always feel like there is wasted space for the things I don’t use, yet I’m squeezing in the things i DO need into tiny little corners.
I have to keep reminding myself it’s only July – I’ve been checking out planners, wondering to go with the Hobonichi again or switch, getting annoyed they don’t have next years covers up yet… Given I don’t even know what I’ll be doing by October (I’m about to move country!) – and therefore don’t know what my planner needs will be…this is ridiculous! Having said that – off to check out Golden Coil 🙂
Sarah, what a cute bump you have! I’m happy you have more energy again, too, it sounds like a full weekend.