6:30 AM: 3-Mile Run – COMPLETED
7:00 AM: The Tracey Anderson Post-Pregnancy Method – COMPLETED
I’m feeling pretty sore on the lower part of my body. I’m guessing it’s from the kettlebell workout on Monday. It was a good workout altogether. I had a rough night of sleep though; not because of Lili. In fact, Lili slept 9-hours straight. I gave her last feeding at 8:22 and put her down in her crib at 8:45. Initially I heard her crying at 4. I used the bathroom, went into the nursery and she went back to sleep. So I sat in the rocker and didn’t even realize I fell asleep for 45-minutes. I got up and went back to bed and Lili woke up at 5:45. Wow, 9-hours straight. I really hope this is going to be the new routine.
In other news, today is a very special day. One year ago today, Pedro and I learned that our lives were going to be changed for the better. He gave me the best gift I could ever ask for, ever.
(This is the FIRST pregnancy test. I really thought Aunt Flo was on her way, but decided to just take one at work. I sent this to Pedro via text). We found out WE were having a BABY. It’s unreal that it was a year ago. I remember standing in the bathroom stall saying, “Please be positive. Please be positive.” When I saw the faint line, my heart stopped for a second and I wanted to cry, but I was also not sure if it was positive. I ran back into the office, said to my best friend (who happens to be my co-worker, too), “Okay, I know this might be gross, but look at this… is it positive???” And we screeched and hugged and I called Pedro immediately. He never looked at his phone so he didn’t get the picture message, so I just told him, “I’m pregnant!” He was shocked. Just one try and he knocked me up. Now, that’s some super sperm. HA.
It’s crazy how time flies. A year ago, I was pregnant and now, our little girl is talking up a storm, smiling, cooing, and just so much fun to be around. I can’t wait to have more babies. Okay, just one more. We feel that Lili needs a sibling and two is perfect.
If you want or have babies, how many would you want? My sister has one and only wants one. I know they can be a handful (and her and her husband would make another gorgeous baby), but sometimes one is just enough.