We're going to have to get creative with the kids, Waverley isn't big enough to sit up in a running stroller (and won't be 4 1/2 months) and Wilder has a lot of wiggles, but we'll figure out how to make it work.
I'm excited about being challenged, held accountable and personally coached to reach a higher fitness potential while learning to be fearless through defense tactics. I will know how to protect myself and my children if ever attacked and no longer feel defenseless and vulnerable in creepy situations. Not that I, fortunately, find myself often in creepy situations, but the occasion does arise from time to time. But just having the confidence within my home and in parking lots that I have the skills to disorient and damage an attacker will give me such peace of mind. Plus the confidence that busting through physical fitness/ability goals brings generates such a fabulous feeling and boosts overall happiness.
I'm jazzed! And *clink* here's to embracing the pain and pushing through it in order to see amazing results!
I'm ready to rock and roll.