I think we can confidently say who Cullen takes after.
Craig’s baby picture
Okay, so it probably isn’t the best picture to show the resemblance, but there are definitely some similarities.
Yes, Cullen has already been declared a 49ers fan by his dad.
Sadie looks so thrilled. Ha! Actually, she definitely hasn’t been herself since we brought Cullen home from the hospital. She has not been her happy-go-lucky self and often looks a little down. Craig has taken her to the dog park nearly every day, so she is definitely getting out, but she does know something’s up. However, I’m sure her attitude towards Cullen will change when he “accidentally” drops his food on a regular basis.
My return to running is going to take a little longer than expected. I was first thinking I could return to running after 2 weeks–that’s if my delivery would have gone as planned, and I hadn’t had to do a c-section. But now that I’ve had major abdominal surgery (a c-section), I will need to take 4 to 6 weeks off. The doctor initially said 4 weeks, but more recently I was advised 6 weeks. Sigh. . . .
Yet at the same time, I have honestly been surprised I haven’t felt too much of a need to go for a run. This little man keeps me pretty busy. Plus it is cold outside these days, and I am not one for cold-weather runs. So I am glad I don’t have a strong desire to go for a run since it isn’t in the cards for me for a few weeks.
These days I am sticking to light walking and extra cuddles with Cullen. As hard as it is, I know I need to properly heal my incision and not risk being out of commission even longer.