Well, we have had heat advisories for the past couple of days. Like it's not hard enough to get out and run, now it's just down right HOT. I went out yesterday with the kids at 9:00am and got my 5 miles in. But I can tell you I was drenched in sweat when we returned home (and I am not a big sweater either).
I would love to go out early in the morning, but it's just not realistic with little A not sleeping through the night. Hopefully, in the next couple of months his sleep will be a little more predictable and I will be able to get out there and log some miles while everyone is still asleep. Right now, he is waking up at 2:00, 5:00-5:30, and then at 7:00-7:30am. At 5:00am, he usually won't fall back asleep unless he is in bed with us, so that I what we have been doing with him (and by us, I mean me). I feed him in bed and then he falls back asleep. I guess I could get up then maybe, I am afraid he is going to immediately wake up as soon as I leave, and then I will get it from the hubs when I return that little A woke up and was hungry. I don't know, maybe I will try it one day and see how it goes. Any advice from the peanut gallery on this (yes, I am still BFing exclusively).
Some stats for ya
Little A turned 4 months old on Sunday and he rolled over for the first time on Sunday too. He went to the ped yesterday and he thriving. He is up to 14lb. 4oz (25%tile).
Last week I hit my goal range for pre-preg weight. According to Dr. Oz's book (it was on clearance for $3.99 on bn.com), you should have a range, not just one specific number. I have always had a range along with a number. My range is the number plus or minus 2 lbs., so last week I hit my number + 1.6lb., so I have considered that to be pre-preg. So I made it back to my pre-preg weight in just under 4 months. With Hope it was 4 1/2 months (gained a little more weight). But both times, I did it slowly and other than my mental breakdown at the beginning, I didn't stress about it, just ate well and exercised. The last 4 lbs. though, I really relaxed about though. I lost 3lbs. in 5 weeks. I know some people see that they are so close and try to crash diet or starve themselves to get there, but I read somewhere a long time ago, that when you only have those last few pounds, take it slow (0.5 -1.0 lb/week) and they will stay off. I have since adopted that mentality and it has worked for me.
In June, I logged 69.68 miles. If I had known I was so close, I would have tried for 70. Oh well, I am still getting back into running/training mode, so I will let it slide. And at the end of June, I had logged 315.19 miles for the year. Not too bad considering on Jan. 1 I was 7 months pg and then had a baby and had to recover. My goal is 750 miles this year and I know I can log a lot more miles during the second half of the year compared to the first, so I am feeling good about that.
I am trying to figure out my races for the fall. Any races you like that I should do? Especially ones in the ATL?