Okay, so after a few weeks of annoying issues with word press, my awesome web designer fixed everything. Thank you Jim! The upside of waiting, was that I was able to read through a lot of your questions. Thanks for being so patient.
Welcome back!!! Here are a few questions for you:
How did you come up with Ainslee’s name? It’s unique so was wondering if you heard it somewhere and loved it or came up with it on your own?
Stu suggested it about three years ago when I was pregnant with Zach. Of course at the time, we didn’t know what we were having, so we were tossing around boys and girls names. I remember where we were when he said “What do you think of “Ainslee?” We were standing in his office in NYC. I loved that name as soon as he said it. So Ainslee was always in the back of our minds if we were to ever have a girl. Btw, he got the name from Ainsley Earhardt of Fox News. We chose to spell her name with a “ee” to make it different.
2- I know from following you on twitter that you recently moved a few miles from the original house you bought in Texas. What made you decide to move already?
We were renting and our lease about to end. Moving is always a pain, especially with kids, but to get into our dream house was definitely worth it.
I’m due this week with my first child (a girl!!) and I am beyond excited. You have always been such an inspiration when it comes to healthy eating and working out, please pass along any tips you have for getting my body back on track post baby!
Oh yay! Congrats!! That’s so exciting. I LOVED being pregnant
and can’t wait til it happens again. I made a conscious effort to try my best to work out with both pregnancies. I spun most of the time with Zach, and ran a lot with Ainslee. On days I didn’t feel like running, I went on the elliptical. In March I joined Koko Fit Club and a gym for their spinning classes. I run or spin 3-4 times a week and do strength training at Koko 4 days a week if I can. Stu and I love Koko. It’s computerized personal training. I’m up 67% in strength gain.
Keep the questions coming. Now that we’re up and running, I can get to them sooner.
Have a fab Sunday!