Kids, Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing while Pregnant- Birth & Recovery

Birth & Recovery   0-2 weeks post birth: My water broke unexpectedly 6 weeks into my 3rd trimester (So I was 34 weeks pregnant) in the wee hours of Sunday morning and I ended up having an emergency c-section and giving birth 4 hours after my water breaking. After the initial rough 24 hour period […]

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Kids, Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing while Pregnant – 3rd Trimester

I had a very short 3rd trimester… On Climbing My 3rd trimester started on the first week of December. Over the course of Nov-December, I went from still being able to send a 7a/6c+ to struggling up a 6a.  Honestly, it was not very enjoyable to climb by the end of December when I was already carrying […]

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Kids, Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing while Pregnant – 2nd Trimester.

Continuing on the series. On Climbing:After I got back from Switzerland, my 2nd trimester began. I continued climbing in my regular harness but Top Roping only until week 20 where I switched into a full body harness. I really dislike the full body harness as there is no padding and all the weight is on […]

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Kids, Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing while Pregnant – 1st Trimester.

My travels have been a bit quieter lately. That’s because I got pregnant. That doesn’t mean I stopped climbing or exercising… When I got pregnant, I scoured the web for resources on other climbing ladies who continued climbing while pregnant. The resources weren’t that much, and a lot of the forums had men just saying […]

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---EUROPE, Rock Climbing, Switzerland, TRAVELS

Switzerland

This summer we planned a rather last minute road trip around Switzerland to try out some Alpine rock climbing because I dreamed of high mountains, cheese and cows with bells. We had planned to do some “plasir” (easy) multipitches and as usual our originally planned solo couple trips became a big group road trip. Day […]

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---ASIA, Thailand, TRAVELS

Nam Pha Pa Yai, Bankok, Thailand

I had a work trip, so I extended it to the weekend to check out this climbing camp spot two hours north of Bangkok called Nam Pha Pa Yai. NPPY is quite nice and simple. The best thing about it is to access the main wall, you need to zipline across the river. The climber […]

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