The weekend that was was a full one. The wife was working, so that meant daddy daycare
doodie duty (OK, there may have been some doodie too (diaper fun)). And since CCP is so not cool with leaving toddlers home alone so the parents can go to the bar for a run, that meant I had to run before she left for work. That meant meeting up with my early running friends at 5:30 am. I was able to squeeze 9 miles in with them before I had to head home.
The rest of the day, it was chasing around the two little monsters as they tried to make as much of a mess in the house as possible. I swear it’s like living in a haunted house – you hear random unexplained noises and screams, or you leave a clean room, then come back 30 seconds later to find it completely destroyed! Is it a poltergeist or a toddler?
Sunday was more of the same. I got up early to get in a quick 3 miles before going to yoga. And this yoga class was a tough one. People were struggling. But it made us stronger, right? The rest if the day involved more kiddie games.
Mix in a few household chores, doggy walks, and trips to the park….by Sunday evening I was exhausted.
In fact, I pretty much passed out as soon as the wife got home….that is until I was suddenly awoken by a large crash. The boy for some reason knocked over cabinet in his room that shattered a piggy bank that was on the floor for some reason.
I heard once that they took a very fit marine and had him shadow a toddler and do everything the same. By the end of the day, the marine was completely spent. I totally feel for him. Maybe that should be a new book I should write – The Toddler Workout. It’s that thing where you never sit still, you run everywhere, and you keep your energy up with sugar and carbs. I’ll get working on that.
How bout you? Good weekend of workouts? Every been in a house ‘haunted’ by a child? Want to pre-order a copy of my new book?