Hubby and I take our little one to the mountains for the first time.
You gotta start ’em young!
And yes, I decided it was ok to ski. I am taking it slower than I usually go and staying away from people.
The doctors gave strong concern for skiing, not because of the activity but the fear that I will fall or someone will run into me, forcing a trauma to my body.
It was a beautiful blue-sky day and we were out with multiple members of our family and some friends. (None of them knew we were pregnant at this time in our journey)
I had a little cramping in my stomach which was a good reminder for me to keep it slow and easy and to be mindful of the skiers around me.
I am playing it safe and just taking in the sunshine, the blue sky, the fluffy snow and the memories being created with my sister-in-law, dad, and nephew.
My heart beats a bit faster up here at elevation and I chug the water to keep hydrated.
What a gift I have to live this life… and to have this life inside of me.
Little does this little one know that today was our first ski outing as a family of three.
**For anyone preganat, please talk with your doctor about skiing before you decide to go. This was a decision Hubby and I spent a great deal of time talking and praying over.