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I’ve talked about Sundays before.
About them being a day to rest from my training routine.
About making breakfast with Alex and hoping to use that time to encourage good nutrition and thought to what she puts in her mouth.
I’ve also said that I use making breakfast as a time to bond with Alex and just hang out with my daughter, because during the week I sometimes get too busy to make it the priority it should be.
But Sundays aren’t just about taking a break from training and spending the mornings with my daughter.
I take the whole of Sunday *off.* I step away from the business, from the chaotic running around time in my week, and just breathe.
I slow down.
I pay attention.
I create a space that is mostly for me--- to relax, rejuvenate and just refresh.
And I do that with my family.
Sundays look a little different now, with Indie’s arrival.
A little more hectic. Or maybe hectic isn’t the right word.
But surely different.
Still, the goal is the same.
To slow down. Take some time. Pay attention. Focus on my family.
I don’t want to wake up in 10 years and wish I had taken more time with them… and, while that is certainly a possibility, at least this way, I’m making a solid effort.
At least this way, I know we are building memories that will include me. They won’t grow up thinking I was too busy and *never* had time for them.
Every weekend is not full of huge, fancy memories of grand vacations, amusement parks, and shopping sprees…
But they ARE memories of walks, and play-dates… tea parties and scooters… breakfast and hugs…
Of moments when they were the most important things in the world.
And really, that’s better than Disneyland every weekend.
Well, maybe they don’t think so now--- but I hope they *will.*
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