Monday, May 2, 2011
Insanity update- 1 week in
OK, I know this is going to sound insane, but I'm only 1 week into Insanity and I can already tell a difference in my strength. I was holding Queen (2) yesterday and had to squat down to pick something up off the floor, like a pacifier, and I thought- hey this is easier than it was last week. I'm pretty sure she isn't getting lighter, so I must be getting stronger.
Some of my older kids hang around while I do the Insanity workout and one of them asked what my core is. I told them I had no idea, but it hurt! Monk (11), Twinkle Toes (10), and Measle Bug (7) have all enjoyed trying Insanity for themselves. None of them has lasted beyond the warm-up, of course they do swim 3-4 miles every night!
I asked Big D if he was up for doing Insanity with me. He said no, but while I did Insanity, he'd watch Hannity. Cute, huh? Actually, between his garden, our lawn and his mom's lawn, Big D is getting plenty of exercise these days. He trimmed our trees today, too, and carried up an unused dresser (as of the 40 bag challenge) to the attic!
In other news, we are praising God that Calvin's CT scan of his head showed that all of his cranial sutures are still open, as they should be. His skull is a bit warped, but the sutures are open. He'll be fitted for a helmet Thursday. We are so grateful to the Lord that he doesn't need surgery! This is a major answer to prayer! Thank you to those of you who knew about this and were praying along with us!
- I'm an on-the-run mom to 6 kids who studied and taught exercise science in a previous life. I love all things running, nutrition, and health-related. I usually run at zero dark thirty in the morning and am often quite hungry before, during, and after my run, but I live a rich, full, blessed life with my children, family, and friends. My faith in God is my anchor, and looking to Him and His promises allows me to live fully even when life circumstances are difficult. While running gives me an appetite, my desire is to hunger and thirst for righteousness more than for physical food.