Once we were back on track, we settled into the home life I love. Training in north county San Diego is a happy habit for me and I love knowing every nook and cranny of my training grounds. The first couple weeks home, all the old routes feel new again and I love catching up with my friends and just getting down to business.
|Backyard BBQs at home are always a highlight|
A quick note on travel for all you new parents out there: TRAVEL BEFORE THEY ARE MOBILE! We went to a bazillion countries before Wynne was six months old. Although my new mommy stress levels were much higher back then, it was absolutely easier than it is flying with her now. Little tiny newborns sleep A LOT and they DON'T MOVE. These things are key to a long haul flight! On the other hand, a 10-month old who wants to crawl on every dirty disgusting surface, pull the hair of the travelers in the seats in front of her, and throw food everywhere within a 5-row vicinity is NOT so easy. Basically, now I just prepare myself for war before every flight and mentally get ready to meet every demand of the tiny terrorist for the next 6, 8, 10 hours in order to keep the peace on the plane.
|prepared to answer this one on the flying machine|
|Killer track session. No man left standing at the end of that one!|
|Someone approves of the Island House tub. Mom approved of the rain shower that was directly behind it.|
|St. George 70.3 2013|