We did it. We crossed the finish line. 2 hours, 12 minutes. I have to give major props to Matt who pushed the stroller 99% of the time (he let me push it across the finish line, isn't that sweet?). When I went to pick up our bibs the day before, I doubled checked to make sure strollers were allowed. That would have been a complete bummer had we shown up and had nothing to do with Maddie. They were (yay!) and surprisingly there weren't many strollers on the half (the marathon had a complete different route), so we got a TON of comments. I think it helped motivate us to push through. Maddie did awesome - slept about half of it, took in her surroundings the other half - little fussiness involved. Everyone loved her little feet kicked up as she strolled by.
Here we are before the race. It was a beautiful day. A rarity in Anchorage.
At least we crossed the finish line. I was excited that they even gave Maddie a medal. It was tough work for her. Clearly.
We crashed when we got home. And drew straws to see who would carry Maddie up and down the stairs.