She hasn't been on a run with me in several months since she typically doesn't want to ride in a stroller. So, I told her she could go, but I had some ground rules:
- No asking to get out and walk.
- No asking to turn around and go home.
- No throwing items out of the stroller.
She agreed, so we were on our way. By the end of the first mile, she was already asking to go home, but I just ignored her, and a bit later, I peeked in at her and she'd fallen asleep. I think she needed the sleep since she'd again awoken extra early this morning, but I hope she still takes a regular nap at school this afternoon!
The run was tough going. Norah is a LOT heavier than Caleb; plus, I hadn't gotten out on the road until 8:30 am, and it was pretty sunny and warm by then. Heat + pushing a heavy jogging stroller = a slower run. But, I'll take it! Any chance at a run is a good opportunity, so I can't complain.
About the running.
But, I can complain about my Garmin: It froze up at mile 2! Just froze. I don't know what happened. I tried several things once I got home, but it is still stuck. This thing is barely more than a year old -- guess I'm gonna have to suck it up and call Garmin's customer service.