WELCOME! WELCOME! WELCOME! TO YOUNG MOMS BATTLING THE POST BABY WEIGHT! We are super excited to have you on the team! Please, feel free to join in on team goals and the message boards! This team is a great place to find information and support while losing those unwanted post baby pounds!
Well, after having a C-section I was really busy sitting around and breast feeding; I'm sure you can relate to that too! After being able to eat sweets again, I did just that! Luckily, because of the breastfeeding, I wasn't gaining weight even though I was eating a lot of dessert. I tried keeping the carbs down for the rest of the day though. Once I was totally back to normal after the c-section, I just felt motivated to lose weight. And as you can see, I still haven't lost very much, even after 5 months, but I don't have any sweets in the house anymore. And I think I had an advantage by not gaining any weight during pregnancy, because that probably would have just discouraged me. I'm still trying to make it a habit to follow the same eating plan I had to follow while pregnant. Good luck to you! 2002 days ago
First and foremost, congrats on your new little one!! How exciting!! I was over anxious to lose my baby weight after my second child was born in October. I kept on trying to start exercising and my body kept telling me to take it easy. I started slowly and basically just counted calories and exercised. I did Jillian Michaels' 30 day shred which really seemed to kick my metabolism in gear. I gained 70 lbs. with both of my pregnancies, but the weight seems to be coming off faster after my second. My grandmother told me it's because I am chasing after my preschooler all the time on top of everything else. 2003 days ago
Looks like you joined a number of very appropriate teams - good for you - very proactive. Do you know about babyfit.com - it's a sister site of sparkpeople for pregnant people and those who have just given birth. Check it out!
Enjoy your life with your new son - eat healthy schedule in exercise time for yourself - you are important and in the long run you will have more energy for him and be setting healthy examples as he grows up!
Hi! Having a baby is a good reason to gain weight. Things are good here. I'm losing again what I lost before. I've struggled for quite a while but am finally getting consistent again. 2003 days ago