Sunday, January 16, 2011

Girls Weekend at Home

This is where all the magic happened this week.


First it was the "blizzard" that kept me inside, then it was the M going away to Breckridge on his annual snowboarding weekend.

Em and I where on the move doing girly stuff, and I wanted her to have proper naps in her crib instead of the jogging stroller.

Here's the breakdown:

Mon: off
Tues: 45 mins (5 min warm-up @ 6.8, then 4 min @ 7.2, 1 min @ 8.0, repeat 8 times, 1% incline), 25 mins elliptical
Wed: off
Thurs: 5 miles @ 7.2, 1% incline, 25 mins elliptical
Fri: off
Sat: 8 miles @ 7.2, 1% incline, 10 mins elliptical

While the Mr. is away, the girls will play. We had a late lunch at Mickey D's yesterday. You know, because that's what normal people do sometimes. Em seemed more interested in the play area than her hamburger, much to my chagrin. After a few bites I released her.

McDonald's happens


After romping around for a while, I gave her a thorough Purell rub down. Then it was salon time. A mani-pedi for me, and minipedi for her.

I <3 baby feet.


We wrapped up the day by attempting to watch the Wizard of Oz. That didn't go over so well. I really should have known better. The Tin Man freaked her out, then the Wicked Witch of the West sent her over the edge.

Today we made some more Cauliflower Chocolate Chip Muffins. She was literally into it as you can see.


Nothing real exciting, like say Breckenridge, but some good bonding time :) M is due home from Colorado in the morning, so hopefully I'll get to run outside tomorrow.

Y'all do some fun stuff this weekend? Was there any kiddie movie that scared you as a kid?

I was absolutely terrified of Pippi Longstocking. Ok, I'm still a little creeped out by of her now too, lol.

8 comments:

  1. Awe-a miniped, how sweet! I pretty much avoid McD's like the plague. We eat there once in a blue moon and last time I did both boys got the flu. I hope it was a fluke, but I can't bring myself to eat there.

    Good job staying on track during "the blizzard." It's easy to throw in the towel when its cold out.

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  2. I used to be really afraid of the wolf in The Never Ending Story. I totally hid behind the couch when he would come on.

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  3. Sounds like a pretty awesome girls weekend if you ask me. Except for the getting scared part. The Labyrinth had a part where there were goblins in the closet... and they scared the heck out of me!

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  4. Argh..The Labyrinth. That one sends shivers up my spine too!

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  5. Love that you say McD's happens. It does!

    And I think its funny others put the Labrynth. That was one of my favorites. LOL

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  6. Love that you say McD's happens. It does!

    And I think its funny others put the Labrynth. That was one of my favorites. LOL

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  7. Awe-a miniped, how sweet! I pretty much avoid McD's like the plague. We eat there once in a blue moon and last time I did both boys got the flu. I hope it was a fluke, but I can't bring myself to eat there.

    Good job staying on track during "the blizzard." It's easy to throw in the towel when its cold out.

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  8. I used to be really afraid of the wolf in The Never Ending Story. I totally hid behind the couch when he would come on.

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