Nathaniel is now three months old.
Fiesta happened and I celebrated my forty and fabulous birthday.
Fiesta is not complete without the obligatory picture with Melvis (the Mexican Elvis).
Nathaniel is alert more and is in need for constant stimulation. Last week we attended toddler time at the library. I was reluctant at first thinking he was to young. We sang, played, read books, and everything kept his interest. We also go on daily walks with our new sling. I'm going to work up to doing lunges with Nathaniel in the sling, in hopes to make my legs stronger and get muscle back.
Let's get real people, one day I hope to laugh or cough and not pee on myself. The way I see it is that all competitive athletes pee on themselves. That is how I see myself- just another athlete trying to scare off other athletes from drafting off me.
Brest feeding is like training. You have eat right and drink lots of water. Breast feeding while I am working out is even more difficult because I have had to really listen to my body to ensure I'm eating and drinking enough to supply both me and Nathaniel without getting dizzy.
Like most days, some are easy and some are hard. Overall, I love being a mommy. Most of all, I love listening to Nathaniel giggle, laugh, and smile.