Monday, September 10, 2007

Personal Trainers, Daycare and Play

Has anyone ever used one? Are they worth the money? So tempting as I see the results of those that follow the program. My doctor recommended a program but that costs money too. Maybe I should just go get certified to be one, can't be anymore expensive, just more time consuming. Of course I still want to be a paralegal--maybe? (I need your input on that Jess about the job and the program) If only I could figure out what I am supposed to be when I grow up....

Junior went to his first three hours at hourly daycare today and had a ball. He loved every minute of it, scarfed down his food and was ready to take a nap when we showed up. I brought him home and he napped for two hours. Tomorrow he is going for a longer period of time since I have to work, but I am sure he will be fine. He's a great little guy, just busy busy busy.

The local theatre is putting on The Full Monty next week and they are offering tickets one night to military families. I got two thinking that DH and I could go, but our moms are both out of town so there goes our evening babysitters. My friend that I would take just had a baby so I guess I will go alone. How sad is that! I'll be the person in the back of the theatre trying not to look like the loser, lol.

3 comments:

Uncle Dan said...

Your no loser young lady.Anyone that has done and put up with as much as you have, I am proud of.

Anonymous said...

A good personal trainer is always worth the money; however, it really is a lifestyle modification - diet AND exercise.

Butterfly Wife said...

I had a few sessions with a personal trainer at the gym years and years ago. It was nice while I did it. But I wasn't committed so the result, if any, were wasted. And now I am just starting private Pilates lessons which should be somewhat similar to personal training. We'll just have to wait and see. Good luck.

And I still haven't figured out what I want to be when I grow up, well, besides happy. :D