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I know that we’ve only just started the October Extreme Shred, but I am already excited for the holiday shred! Woo hoo!

Enjoy your race! the Iron Girl tri is so much fun and full of women power. It will make you feel proud to be a strong beautiful mother!

Love that I now can relate to you with mommy schedule when it comes to working out and getting things done. Once my second one arrives I’m hoping to join one of your shreds or just use you as inspiration to run my second 1/2 marathon.

Not sure if you know about milk banks. It’s a place women can donate breastmilk for moms in need. They do screening and it’s a safe way to give to your baby when you can’t. Just a suggestion if you’re interested in going that route for breastmilk.

Very excited for your future and your family! God Bless!!

Such a cutie. Love all the pics of her! <3

You will have an awesome month it seems!

I was referred to your blog by a friend, and I am SO thankful to have found it! Sounds like we have VERY similar stories! Christian “Chubby” girl gone fit in her post-college years, happily married with crazy dogs (we have 2!), who have always known we wanted to adopt but have always assumed we would after we had our own biological child, first. We are currently 7 months into “trying”, and praying about adopting more and more. What a blessing to have found this encouraging blog! 🙂 Looking forward to reading more.

She is beautiful! You are so blessed.

I’m training for a Sprint Tri coming up in November…my post baby goal. It’s hard to carve out time for a work out when the hubs is working and I don’t have anyone to watch the 2 month old. Since I’m back to work full time I’m going to have to come to terms with early morning runs after a morning feed. Ouch. But I’ll be so worth it when we cross that finish line and meet our babies on the other end!!

I am SO pumped it is October. And so begins with best 3 months of the year!
Your little girl is precious! I would have a hard time leaving her too! You could always get a running stroller and bring her with 😉 Cherish those memories when she is small. They go all too quickly.

I love this post! Honest and full of love <3

I think you are doing a great job. You are doing a great job as a mother! You have great balance and you can truly see that happiness that RJ has brought you and your husband!

This is refreshing to see. I feel that some trainers who aren’t mothers just tell their clients, “You can make the time to work out if you want it bad enough”. There are going to be days where I can’t fit in a workout and it’s ok. Right now it’s more important to be with my baby than at a gym. I work out on my own after he goes to bed.

(this is fueled by a trainer who made me feel bad for not coming back to workout class after the baby was born)

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