It is official, I no longer have a full time job!
After 10 years, it feels strange but exciting to not be going back full time. Thankfully the life of a physical therapist make it very easy to work per diem (as needed), and pick and choose the hours I want. I'm starting at a new consulting job this week, and then will be starting the following week working part days on fridays at my old job. I am so excited that I will have this opportunity to still work a bit, while at the same time be able to spend more time with my babies and watch them grow up!
I still haven't ironed out that workout schedule, although Kevin and I talked about it. He wants to make sure I can get back to running, triathlons without feeling overwhelmed. Our plan is to really work on getting our bonus room cleaned out so that I can ride on the trainer in there and do some strength training too. We've been able to get out for 3+ mile walks about 2-3 times a week, usually with other new moms that go to our play group on thursday mornings. At least I'm getting some exercise!
|bundled up with a treat for our chilly morning walker|
Over the weekend, we ventured out to get cider donuts. We stopped at Silver Bell Farm & Echo Hill Farm in Monson, then made a stop to Tree House Brewery before getting home. We had a long and busy day out saturday, which meant sunday was a day for catching up on things around the house. Its unreal how hard it is to get things done with 2 babies stirring. Even as I quickly type this out they are starting to wake up from their nap!
|Our Tree House beer to take home!|
I hope you all like my new blog design! It took me a while to find one I really loved, and finally I did find one on Etsy. Corinne from The Blog Decorator was great to work with and really made sure I had a new blog design and Facebook header I loved. I think it turned out great, I hope you love it too! Eventually I will blog a little more about how I made it through twin pregnancy and how I'm making it through twin life and link it all in the other pages on the blog so its easier to find. As I get back to racing, no worries there will be plenty of training posts and race reports again too.
What new things would you like to see on the blog?