Spring is here?

Last Thursday was the first day of Spring and like many parts of the country, we certainly didn’t notice it here in the great NW. Stevens Pass and the North/Central Cascade Mts were hammered with 15+ inches of snow and even a few snow flakes fell in Seattle. Sadly, nothing stuck.

photo(6)Friday, a stay at home day for Will, decided to take him out in the Bob (jog stroller). Since I’m still slowly getting back into jogging with a walk/jog routine, it’s a nice pace to push a toddler.

After putting on his wool socks, stocking cap and puffy winter coat he was ready to go. You can’t really see it but he is holding some legos, part of his “Space Shuttle.”

Can’t leave home without your Space Shuttle.

Will gets bored in the Bob so the easiest resolution is feeding the beast. I packed a PBJ sandwich, crackers, peanuts and some apple slices. I think he ate everything within the first mile.

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Training to qualify for the Boston Marathon and simplify our life, as a stay at home dad.
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2 Responses to Spring is here?

  1. I found your blog on Freshly Pressed, I’m a fellow SAHD in the Seattle-area! Good luck on your recovery, setbacks like that must be an alternately frustrating and infuriating aspect of preparation for a long distance event where training progress is so incremental. And I agree to an extent about our Seattle Spring so far- it has been a little nippy the past few days. I’ve been dying to put some new things in the ground in our garden but the light frost on the windshields both days this weekend made me decide to wait a little longer…….

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