As a matter of fact, yes. Yes, I do.
OK, so my workouts aren't necessarily your traditional "go to the gym and run on the treadmill before lifting weights" sort of workout. This morning I had to change Sadie's crib sheet. Seriously, why do they make them SO tight? It took forever to get the dirty one off. I wrestled with the new one for so long that I ended up taking the whole mattress out of the crib, and even then it was a battle with the sheet. By the time I'd finally gotten the sheet on and the mattress put back in bed, I had a broken nail, was sweating, was short of breath, and I think I pulled a muscle. I then started thinking that I'm all over the house most of the day chasing a very fast-moving baby, and I'm squatting and bending over to lift seventeen pounds many times a day. Some days it feels like a hundred times! What exercise routine commonly includes one hundred squats while lifting seventeen wiggling pounds?
So when I ate chips with my Weight Watchers meal for lunch, I didn't feel guilty. Because yes, yes I have exercised today!