I really want all the moms out there to know that I have so much love and respect for you. As a mother I know what you go through, sacrificing whatever you have to for the benefit of your family. You GO girls!
There are far too many moms in this running blog community to link each and everyone of you (I’d be so upset if I missed one) so I just want to let you know that if you are a mom and you try your best to maintain a fit lifestyle this High Five is for you *palm smack*
double High Ten for the single moms out there and army wives! I respect you more than you know. You’ve got a tough job and I admire you for all your courage to do it alone.
HIGH FIVE LADIES!!!!!!!
I would like to invite ANY moms that visit my blog today to supply the link to their blog in the comments so that others can visit you and read your awesome stories – so link up!!!!!
Since this post is all about moms I thought I’d link up a few of my popular old posts that pertained to being a mother and/or helping moms get fit:
here’s my pregnancy weight loss story for those of you that haven’t read it.
not a mom but considering it? read this short reason why you may want to rethink it 😉
want some help losing your after baby belly? – these are the things I did
Are you a mom that doesn’t run yet but wants to start??
– check out how I fell in love with running
and just because I love him so much – a Logan post
“There was nothing to fear and nothing to doubt“ – I think this quote is so true, as most times when we’re afraid to do something once we do, it becomes less intimidating and we look back thinking, why did I doubt myself? why was I scared? 😉 I think it pretty much sums up motherhood. We got this 😀
1. what is one thing you were really scared to do but afterwards found it really wasn’t all that bad….maybe you even liked it?
for me being a mom was definitely something I was so scared to do but I love it now! also, I was super scared to scuba dive but once underwater I was so happy and so proud of myself for pushing through my fears and doubts to gain a new experience.
2. moms out there – link up and tell me one obstacle you’ve overcome by being a mother.
I have definitely learned to be more patient….and Logan is still trying to make me even more so 😉 It’s been a struggle adapting to his needs but as I learn more about his needs, I learn more about mine and thus can take the appropriate steps to try and change for the better.
3. For any men reading – let me know something you love about your wife or mother
I love that my mom has never needed a man in her life and has always provided us with a strong courageous role model thanks mom!