I decided that I was going to time how long it took to walk from our front door to the softball field with the stroller. Games start next week, and I want to be able to walk to the games with the babies. Of course, I suppose it doesn't really matter how much time the walk itself takes. It's all going to depend on how quickly the babies let us get out of the house!
|It took 16 minutes to get from our house to the field|
It's supposed to be another beautiful day tomorrow, so I think we will do this again. Actually, I'd really like to get out and walk every day, weather permitting. My team got into the Hood to Coast relay again this year, and I really, really need to start training for it. This is a 199 mile relay starting from Mt. Hood and ending at Seaside, Oregon. I figure if I can start at least walking with the babies on an almost daily basis, and if I can get out and run on the weekends when Tony can take over with the babies, then I will at least be on my way in the training department. I really want to invest in a jogging stroller, but I know they aren't big enough to sit in one of those yet, so I haven't been in a big hurry to research them yet. (Besides the fact that we really can't afford one right now) Any suggestions for a good jogging stroller?