Weeks 0-4: Say WHAAAAAT? We found out right before we went to Connecticut to spectate the Hartford Marathon. We kept it to ourselves before I had the official visits etc.
There was a baby in there!
Weeks 5-8: Telling the family. We Skyped with our parents, but sent out this following picture to siblings because I have so many:
Poor Lamby posed tirelessly to get this exactly right!
I felt pretty good during this time, no real morning sickness to speak of.
We went on our annual Bear Mountain hike!
I had my 29th birthday party, which was 1920's themed! Naturally drinks were sans the good stuff ;-)
Weeks 7-12: TIRED. I had exhaustion during weeks 4-6, but I attributed that to an audit happening at my school (earlier mornings, later nights). Weeks 7-12 took on a whole new meaning of TIRED. My bed time has been as early as 7:30pm, often with Mr. Miller waking me to "go to sleep" because I've dozed off. I've also experienced some pretty extreme headaches within the last few weeks.
Exercise: HA! I've tried my best. I had signed up for a half marathon the day before I found out I was expecting, and was doing a decent job of training until week 7. To top it off, the conditions of the half marathon were ridiculous: 23 degrees but felt like 7 degrees, 4o MPH winds, and ocean water spraying up on the course. Yea. I made it 5 miles. I call that a victory.
This was a rare moment when my face was visible. Not the most flattering photo...
How about you? What's new?! I've been out of the blogging game for a while...