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Softballs aren't soft!

Monday, April 22, 2013

Today was another really long day, but it was good. Breakfast I had a strawberry smoothie made with an 80 calorie raspberry Greek yogurt and a chai from speedway. I didn't actually have a sit down lunch today because the babies were off schedule so I snacked on my lunch and snacks throughout the day. I had 2 oranges, a 2 yr old slim fast snack bar (I learned it was old when my stomach as disagreeing with me), a fiber one bar and 2 90 calorie nature valley peanut butter granola bars. Dinner I had a pepper jack, with crushed red pepper flakes, grilled cheese, a salad and a small amount of broccoli and cheese soup with crushed red pepper. I was so hungry after softball practice that I didn't mind a few extra calories, but my stomach is disagreeing with the choices as it was WAYYYYY too much dairy. Now I'm paying for it. :(

The babies kept me moving again today as they're both climbing on everything and trying to get into things when I'm in the middle of taking care of the other child, so I know I burned some calories balancing the kids craziness today. But I also took them on a 3 mile walk around the neighborhood and let me tll you, after holding your arms up as you push a double wide baby jogging stroller around wears down on you pretty quickly. When I got to softball practice, my arms were already sore from the day. But then I got to softball and had a decent practice except for the fact that within the first 20 minutes, I was reminded that SOFTBALLS ARE NOT SOFT! lol I went to catch a low ball and the ball ended up hitting between my wrist and the bottom of my palm. So now my hand is quite stiff in that location and is sore too. Well, I'm falling asleep while typing this so I need to say goodnight before I end up falling asleep and not waking up til morning! :)
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