Sorry about the photos in this post. They were taken with my iPhone. Easy uploading means I'll probably continue posting iPhone pictures, but I will try to get some real camera pictures up occasionally.
Here's today's set up. Mia is in her room having quiet time since she's on a nap strike. Well, she naps about every other day. On the off days she just has to spend quiet time in her bed. Eevory did not want to take a nap so she's at the head of the mat in her exersaucer. To my left I put an assortment of toys for when she became bored.
Shortly after Surya Namaskara B, Eevory became bored and fussy so I let her out to crawl around.
After Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana B, I hear Mia calling me. I find her in bed, naked, yelling, "Need to go poop, Mama!" I scoop her up, dash to the bathroom, put her on the toilet and take a brief Shavasana on the bathroom floor while Eevory cruises along the edge of the bathtub. I remember I used to get irritated when the person next to me was breathing too loudly.
My body felt heavy today. I had a harder time with the sun salutations. I couldn't keep my body off the floor in about a third of the Chaturanga Dandasanas. Parivritta Trikonasana was also exceptionally hard. I've always been befuddled by that particular asana, but today it just seemed impossible. In regards to that posture, a teacher once told me I was hopeless. A rock star visiting teacher once looked at me and said, "Where do I begin? Wow!" while my (at the time) regular teacher giggled next to me. I feel disoriented when I attempt it. It feels wrong. I also discovered that Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana is much harder when my previously size 2/4 legs are now a size 8/10. If that's not motivation to lose weight...
My girls after practice