Liza Howard. Ultrarunning Mom.

Ultrarunning Mom

Baby recliner comfort, WOD, and Leadville

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I saw this today on Facebook — which I check a lot these days while I’m nursing.  (It’s easier to do than type one-handed blog entries.)  It was on this blog site.   (Swedish?)  I think I saw the picture on the left a few days ago and thought uncharitable thoughts about red-and-black lady and her matching children — as Ruby rested comfortably on my padded belly.  Honestly, if it wasn’t for not wanting to tote the extra pounds up and down the trails –and not having a new wardrobe budget, I’d probably stay baby recliner comfortable.  Regardless, the lady on the right definitely seems to have her head on straight.  I love the wrinkled sheet behind her.  I could be friends with someone with wrinkled sheets like that.

In other news, Ruby has gained a full pound since delivery.  I feel as proud as any prize-winning cow might.  She’s out of newborn diapers and newborn-sized clothing.  Yeah, I did that.

So I’ve got a core workout, an upper body workout, and 6-miles to run tonight.  And a bit of uphill hiking on the treadmill.  Good thing I eschewed sleep.

And did you see how Leadville isn’t a Hardrock qualifier after 2013?

A note about the 2013 Leadville 100: The Leadville 100 includes many of the features that are important for a HR qualifier: high altitude, long climbs, potential for mountain weather, and more. However, the 2013 Leadville 100 ignored other traits of importance to the HR: environmental responsibility, support of the hosting community, and having a positive impact on the health of our sport. Because of timing, the 2013 LT100 will still be accepted as a qualifier for the 2014 HR. LT100 finishes will not be accepted as qualifiers for the 2015 HRH and beyond.”




2 thoughts on “Baby recliner comfort, WOD, and Leadville

  1. mtnrunner2 says:

    “the 2013 Leadville 100 ignored other traits of importance to the HR” > That’s what I call putting the proverbial foot down. Ouch.

    What university has Ruby chosen for undergraduate work?

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