Thursday, October 16, 2008

Um... I don't have a Title

I've been writing a lot of posts in my head lately. But haven't written any down. And now I don't remember what they were. That explains a lot about the state of my brain these days. I have missed several appointments, shown up for appointments on the wrong day, overbooked myself... It's pathetic.

We are sickies around here these days. Everyone sneezing, blowing their noses, coughing. (See M we didn't even need to visit you to catch colds!) Can I just complain again how not fun it is looking after children when you are unwell. And how impossible it is to get the rest needed to recover with a three month old?

Oh yeah! Baby B is three months old today! Wow! Here is some baby cuteness for you all.





It is very inconvenient for me to be sick right now since I'm teaching MY FIRST EVER FITNESS CLASS! on Saturday morning at 9:00. It's a cycle fit class (also known as spin). For my workout yesterday I went through the class I've planned. I was dripping sweat so I think it is adequately challenging. Or else I'm in terrible shape. I guess we'll find out on Saturday during class. I felt like too much of a knob to actually talk out loud to my imaginary students so I just thought to myself what I'd be saying to the class, "Only 10 more seconds!" "Good work!" and that sort of thing. I'm going to go to the gym again tomorrow and practice once more and tonight I want to finish compiling a CD for the class with good tunes. This is one of my new favorite workout songs.

Also, regarding kids shows, I am IN LOVE with this one. Has anyone else seen it? I am a sucker for british accents every. time. I also love the animation. And the music. And the writing is great. I think it's great when I am as entertained by something (or more) as Miss A is. And not in that written over the child's head way either. In a purely innocent funny way. In the way that kids make you laugh kind of way. Did I mention I love this show?



And then there is this one. I am convinced that some television producer was drunk in a club one night and offered this girl a job. And then she negotiated to have her boyfriend play the train engineer. Seriously! What the heck?!

5 comments:

beth - total mom haircut said...

Wait, you're TEACHING a spin class?! Dear God! Hope you get well for that.I'm afraid of spinning.

How can your baby's eyelids be so cute and so FEMININE?

Elicia said...

Aww, so sweet. She does resemble Miss A in the pics as well (to me anyways).

That's awesome about the spinning class. I'd love to come and take it! Of course right now I don't think I could do something like that without injuring myself and have about enough energy to last maybe 2 minutes!

bon said...

huh.. it's true, that baby has sweet little pink sea shells for eyelids, and they are sooooo feminine.

I have always loved Chaaaah-lie and Lola too!

elizasmom said...

Title thief! I'm kidding — too funny!

Hey, good luck with your Y class! That's awesome. I bet you're going to knock their socks off. Personally, I like it when the teacher kicks their own you-know-what as hard as the students' — makes me feel they believe it. I have no doubt you'll be a roaring success!

As for your teeny tiny, so sweet. I love when their little necks are no match for their giant baby heads.

Also, continuing our whole doppelganger thing, Eliza and I went to the dentist today and had a similar experience to Miss A's, in that she was utterly deeeee-lightful while there, and then spent the rest of the day being in Jim's words, "a sociopath."

Jenn said...

I agree with you and that Choo Choo Soul. So funny!

Jenn