At the beginning of this pregnancy my doctor told me to try and walk 30 minutes every day.
I wasn’t very good at the every day part, but when I was feeling up to it, I would walk down to the mail box, around the neighborhood a bit, and back (a little over a mile).
Now with this pleasant new label (GD) it is even more important that I get to walking. Of course… now it’s also very uncomfortable and the last thing I want to do is go walk around when it is warm outside.
So recently… we have taken to walking around target. We don’t drive to Target to go walking, but if we are out and about we will go and get my 30 minute walk in. But… when I’m at target the walk is usually a little longer… some times over an hour! lol. Yah for A/C!
Of course, we have to be careful because these walks can be expensive. Like last night when I informed my husband that I had been using the same razor blade for 4 months, and he said I should get some new ones (not like he had noticed or anything… I’m not a particularly hairy person), but then on top of my $10 razor blades he realized he was also out. Of course… his were a lot more expensive. Like… a LOT more expensive. His were $25. Of course… I’ve bought them before, and I won’t complain because I like it when he isn’t scruffy all over, but this is just an example of how these walks seem to get more expensive. But… we would’ve bought these things any way, so it’s not too big of a deal.
Any way, I’m not a very good shopper… for myself. I will find something that I love, carry it around the store, and in that short amount of time I am able to convince myself that I really don’t need it and that if I come back and it is still here I will by what ever it is… next time.
Like that ever happens.
It’s a very good thing. But my husband knows when I pick something up and say “I think I neeeeed this!” it means that I really like it, I’m going to carry it around, and probably end up setting it down.
Okay. Back to our walk. First we hit up the home-goods section. I wanted to look at desks because I want to put a vanity in our room. We recently rearranged everything in there, so now there is a big empty corner that is being inhabited by my dirty clothes. lol. But I didn’t see anything I loved.
Next, we hit the baby section. First looking at all of the cribs, then up and down each aisle. We talked about car seats a little bit, and then on the next row I heard B-man say “I think you neeeeeeed this!” and when I looked he was point to this:
Which, for less than $3.00 is definitely something I needed… mostly because of the star! I don’t really have intentions of turning this blog into a “Mommy-blog” (Despite this being the second baby-oriented post this week), which is the vibe this cute bib gives off, but I couldn’t help it! Plus… B-man said I needed it! Haha.
I am sincerely worried about becoming one of those bloggers that only posts pictures of their kid, and obviously my life is going to change a lot after the baby is born, but hopefully I’ll stay interesting. lol. I want to be a Mom with a blog, but not a Mommy-blogger. It seems like such a fine line, between being a Mom who write a blog, and being a Mom who write a blog about her baby (which I guess it the difference in my opinion).
Do you read “Mommy-blogs” (MB)? Would you consider yourself a MBer?