Someone in my house has lost a lot of weight the past few days, and it isn’t me. The Little Miss has been sick since Wednesday and basically hasn’t eaten squat. She’s lost about 2 pound or about 8% of her body weight.
My life has been filled with hours of The Little Miss on the couch watching copious amount television, being brainwashed by Disney Princesses (There’s a My Dislike for Disney post in me somewhere) and me trying to find something she might want to eat. I keep offering her up all of her favorites, but there’s nothing she’ll have more than a bite of. I know she’ll eat when she’s up to it, but when she’s already on the tiny peanut side, it’s hard to watch her get even skinnier right before my eyes.
To add my I’ve-been-stuck-in-my-house-for-days worse, is it’s been raining off and on and cold here. And when I say cold, I mean cold for us ultra thin-skinned Southern California peeps. Between watching over The Little Miss and the weather situation, I haven’t had a chance to get out to exercise much. It makes me realize how much harder it must be, for those who live in cold weather climates to get out and exercise. You really have an added burden and kudos to you for doing it.