"well.....I love that you stopped by, I went to your website, I have some catching up to do. Yes, still running, backed off a bit since last marathon in April. How are your boys? Just graduated by oldest, whew!"
"Hey Jasmine, I am hardly ever on here....thanks for the note:) Hope your day is going well. I think of you often, I was at bible study today and thought of you so prayed for you....maybe it was the Lord prompting maybe not but know you've been…"
"Ghada, I used a double baby jogger for my first two babes, it worked out really good when they were little but then they get to the point where they want to do the jogging. My advice is, strap them in, put ipod in, and run....that way you can't…"
"Renee, I think we have something in common. I have four boys as well. Close to the same ages as your I'm a couple of months ahead of you. I ran a half a couple of weeks ago. Way to go on yours, sorry you didn't 'crush' your time…"
Mommies who love to run, workout, talk fitness tips, and share healthy recipes. I'm an ex-collegiate track athlete that can share the tips I've learned along the way, while also being a SAHM to a toddler that also struggles to get my workouts in.
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