Those are the two things I was most expecting with our new arrival.
We have been lucky though. Flossie is now 12 weeks old and sleeps through the night.
Has been for a couple of weeks actually.
I am frantically touching wood as I type this hoping it doesn’t change.
And hoping I don’t get a barrage of hate mail from parents whose kids don’t sleep through.
That must be hell and I have every sympathy.
Friends of ours have a little boy who is just over 1.
He still doesn’t sleep for more than a couple of hours at a time.
They look like zombies a lot of the time!
So no sleep deprivation.
And no stress either. Not really. Sure she has her moments but actually Flossie is pretty chilled out.
Just like her dad 😉
If you are stressed then running is a great way of reducing your stress levels. Which is why I want to start again now the weather is a little bit nicer.
I’ve put together an 8 week running programme which is designed to take you (and me!) from non runner to being able to run for 30 minutes without sounding like you smoke 30 a day.
I’m starting on March the 31st and I want 10 people to join me.
It will be the perfect build up to the Race For Life which is happening on the 8th of June.
Start March 31st, 8 weeks build up takes you to the end of May, have a reload week before the event and then do the Race For Life. Bish bash bosh.
It’s only 30 quid for the 8 weeks and we will run 3 times a week. So thats just over £1/session.
And whilst we are recovering you can tap into my brain about all things weight loss and wellness related.
There may even be a sneaky hot choccy after some of the runs 🙂
I promise I won’t wear lycra shorts as well!
Alex ‘no lycra please’ West
Ps. This isn’t really a running club. It’s designed for beginners so don’t be shy. It will just be a small group of us having a laugh, doing a bit of running and getting a bit fitter.