Thursday, May 22, 2008

...sneaking in the back door...

If I haven't posted in a while, it means I'm off program. and I'm tired of just coming to blog when I'm doing good (or on program). I do have tentative plans to get back on track as we approach my 1 year anniversary officially starting to lose weight (June 3/4th). I am down from then, but no where near where I thought I'd be. But also in retrospect, alot has transpired since last June also. I had high hopes to run some sort of race (marathon) by this June for my 35th b-day but that's not going to happen... maybe for my 36th? I think for sure by my 40th.
Anyways... I'm going to blog when I can/feel like it and not have guilt when I don't. I read a good selection of blogs on almost a daily basis and I think I'll make more of an effort to comment on those blogs, than post on mine. Maybe I'll decide to do a beginning of the month check in... we'll see....

Other than the diet/weight loss front life it BUSY. Seriously how do Mom's do it? My life is a blur of Landry, food, poop, fighting ect... I have a secret; I can't wait till school starts (which is still 2years for my oldest). I think I'll be a much better Mommie if my life isn't day in day out, all day long, never ending toddler hood.

Ok well. off to bed. Nighty night.

3 comments:

Superjayman's Battle of the Bulge said...

It's funny how you feel guilty not blogging...I decided to get back on the wagon after being away for a few months....and I know what you mean being soooo busy. But glad you too are sneakin' back in!!

Diet Coke and Zingers said...

Life with lots of little ones was one of the hardest things I've ever done. Seriously. Make sure to ask for help and take time away for yourself my friend! You are amazing just for surviving each day!

Don't feel bad about being off the wagon and neglecting your blog... And PUH-LEASE don't feel like you can only blog when you're on plan. I'm a big fan of honesty and it shows in my blog. I blog even if I'm eating like a pig because it helps me to want to get back on track.

Natalie said...

i have a 4 yr old and a just turned 1 year old! i can relate to the nonstop laundry, poop, slobber, and so on! i have found lots of support and accountability with my blogging. i think i would have given up if it wasn't for so many encouraging comments.