BUY A DOG. I am so physically and mentally tired but it’s so worth it. He’s a little bundle of energy and I can tell he loves us just as much as we love him. I am obsessed with his little face.
We named him Princeton. We knew we needed to pick a name that resembled his brilliance after what happened to us on Thursday night. We are trying to get him used to being alone so we put him in his play pen and left the house for a little over an hour. When we got home, Princeton had crawled his way out of his play pen and was sitting on one of Dean’s slippers. I completely freaked out and got so worried that he might have hurt himself. He is so tiny (not even a kg yet) and his bones are so fragile. I contacted our breeder immediately and he said that he has rarely seen dogs smart enough at such a young age. So we basically have a furry genius ninja on our hands. We were also told if he wasn’t limping and if he was playing normally, then he was probably okay.
We took Princeton to the vet for the first time and he fell asleep while he was getting checked. How random and awkward is that? He had his nails clipped and a thermometer stuck up his butt and did not even move.
To say Princeton has kept me busy is an understatement. The only exercise I got was a walk to get froyo on Wednesday night, a short HIIT workout on Saturday morning (like this) and a trampoline session in the evening.
Don’t knock it until you try it! I swear I was a sweaty mess by the time I was done. I wasn’t anticipating a trampoline workout at my cousin’s birthday party or else I would have been a little more prepared in terms of attire but I can tell you that it is probably the funnest workout in the entire world. Even Tosca Reno swears by her mini trampoline in her interview here.
Have you tried trampolining??
Tell me about your last amazing workout! (I have to live vicariously through you until I get back on track!)