Saturday was pretty stinking awesome. The boy was in a great mood all day...and we put him through about 4 hours in his carseat!
I got about 20 minutes on the bike trainer Saturday AM while Joe took care of the little one. It felt awesome - but also reminded me just how far I have to go to get back into shape for all the things I want to do this year.
All smiles on Saturday!
Joe snagged a Living Social deal about a year ago for wine tasting in Tacoma and we had agreed to do it when I could actually enjoy the tasting...so, this was the weekend. We invited four of our good friends from the Olympia area to join us and it was a date! The winery was decent - nothing special...but I got to meet the adorable Penny who Bianca just had 4 weeks prior. She is such a tiny thing still and totally crazy sweet. I picked up her for a few minutes and she was (compared to Logan) light as a feather. Oh, my wrists would be in such better shape now if I had a baby a couple pounds lighter. But, I'm not trading him for anything. ;-)
I managed to nurse and change Logan in public...much to Joe's chagrin. I don't see the sense in going all the way back to the car when I had all the gear right there with me. In hindsight, I should have put him in the Moby wrap - that would have freed my arms up in the winery. Ah. lesson learned.
To note: Logan has now been to a winery, brewery and a bar. All we need is a distillery and then we have a trifecta.
After wine tasting, we followed up on a craigslist ad for a BOB jogging stroller. It was in awesome condition, so we grabbed it and headed back home. I love it when people sell BOBs - typically it seems like it's because they're expecting (or have) another little one and are upgrading to a dualie vs single. This is stroller #3 for us (which Joe didn't totally realize till we put it in the car) - but they all have different uses! :-) Umbrella for travel, chicco for everyday, BOB for running / everyday.
The rest of Saturday is a blur - Saturday night was rough for Logan (and us). He was up a LOT. I think we wore him out during the day or something and it was affecting his night sleeping.
yesterday was rough on top of that. He only had (4) 20-30 minute naps ALL DAY. And was Mr. Crankypants to boot. Yuck.
Trying to make the most of it on Sunday...a non-crying few minutes in the moby.
Fortunately, he had a stellar night last night...I think he's working on waking up now (lots of little noise over the monitor, but no cries yet)...