congrats, however it must still be early...e.g., 6 wks into the first tri, if your healthy and under 42...you should be able to rock a board or at least cruise pow and groomers...maybe not stomping. I know lots of women in their 30's to mid 40's that are just animals...doing marathons and such. I'd think you got at least through march. My wife in her mid 30's and early 40's was a produce manager hucking 50-60 pound boxes of fruit the day before our 2 kids were born and was back doing it a week later. And a friend lived up in the mtn and had a 4 mile roundtrip walk to the mailbox on an old logging road, she hiked it almost every day and after a couple hours of her first being born walked to the mail box with the baby. You might want to think about keeping active.
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Last edited by wrathfuldeity; 01-29-2009 at 11:27 AM.
congrats! I was just thinking the other about how it must suck getting pregnant mid season if you have passes. But hey, a kid! You should definitely teach him/her how to shread when they get old enough
Ill tell ya what nothing compares to the joy of your children. My two sons rock! its the best ever. U wont miss snowboarding at all U will also develope a hell of a respect for your wife. It changes your life in such a positive way.
When is the baby due?? And I wouldnt write off snowboarding yet. When my kids were born I still was able to do all my extra fun stuff.
Only one problem...Time goes by sooooooo damn quick! It seems like yesterday they were born and now they are 17-20
LOL, its ME thats pregnant! Im a girl
BTW, Sunshine wont give me a partial refund or extend my pass, but Norquay is refunding 50% for me. My sis looks exactly like me and Im giving her my Sunshine pass.
It seems like yesterday that my first 2 were babies... they shred blues and blacks with me now. You are right MPD, time flies when you are raising kids. It's unreal.
I WILL miss riding this year!!! My hubby will still take the kids out a few times a week and I will be sittin in the lodge, or at home. It sucks, but it is worth it. I'm not the wreckless type that will strap in anyway and hope I don't fall/ get ran into.
Thanks for the kind words everyone! Im very excited, and until about this time next year Im going to have to get my fix of snowboarding here - dreaming about pow days with the rest of you
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