My daily nursery runs have literally taken on a new meaning as I’m trying my best to force myself to run to nursery. It’s only Eloise who goes to nursery atm, but I now often take both the girls with me. When the time is right, I will also get Codie to run alongside me.
One of the things I’m keen on doing is making running, or even walking, a more embedded part of our lifestyle. Earlier this year we got a new car, 5 kids now basically means we need a van. The problem is we kept hold of our old car too. The plan was to sell it
This is what I keep in my mind at the moment. Every time I run, I believe I win. Every run is better than not running. Whilst I like to improve at my running and I log my runs in Strava, I tend not to pay too much attention to it. I’m doing crazy morning
I’m so proud of Codie! He has become quite physically fit recently and keen to do many things. Currently he does JuiJitSu twice a week, football (socially) a couple times a week, gymnastics once a week, forest school once a week and swimming once a week. We’ve also spotted a volleyball class that his eyes
Food is one of our hardest challenges. Feeding a family of 7, every single day can be challenging. It’s so, so, easy to go for the easy options. Over the years we have made good efforts towards a low carb and high protein diet. But it’s not quite been good enough. And we cheat, or
Piper has reminded me that winter babies are hard. Then on top of that a csection has made it harder to recover and find a routine. I realise life makes it so easy to focus and complain on the negatives, I generally try to avoid that in life. I was gutted to have a csection,
Back in my happy place. My first post baby / Piper run. Slow, obviously, but 1.8 miles was more than I expected. I was a bit scared post csection, but all ok, phew. #runrosierun A post shared by Rosie Sherry (@rosiesherry) on Dec 23, 2017 at 3:21am PST I took up running properly around 3