HOLLYD17   4,630
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Life is too short, get moving now!!
Life is too short, get moving now!!



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 current weight: 132.8 

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Member Since: 4/28/2009

SparkPoints: 4,630

Fitness Minutes: 2,465

My Goals:
1. To eat healthy in order to maintain a good milk supply and establish a healthy lifestyle for our family

2. To consistently MOVE

3. To slowly get back to pre-preggo weight. When that goal is met: Tone up!

My Program:
Self Managed:
~ I'm tracking food every day to stay within a calorie range to support a healthy weight not affect milk supply. I'm not on a "diet"; this is a lifestyle. Any lifestyle of mine must include food!
~Exercising at least 150 minutes a week even if it is 10 minutes at a time

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Atlanta area, Mommy to a three year old and newborn. Happily married for 12years

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Something about myself? I love soccer, volleyball, hiking, traveling, adventuring, pilates, reading, cooking, hanging with my hubby, and a lovely glass of red wine!

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5/18/2010 7:03:44 PM

thanks for the comments...walking seems to always clear the head!

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5/17/2010 1:08:12 PM

I think you're right about the protein. DH and I have started trying to eliminate carbs at night, or at least decrease our serving size, and have mostly protein and veggies for dinner. I think if I stick to the protein at night, and make sure I'm getting enough whole grains/fiber throughout the day, that should help.

Here's to a successful week!! emoticon

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5/13/2010 9:21:46 AM

Just PLEASE let me know if you need support - I've been pumping at work now for 5 weeks, and it has definitely had its ups and downs! BUT, I've been able to give my LO breastmilk only and no formula, and she'll be four months in two weeks. And there's been other stressors in my life that has had effects on my supply, but if I can do this, so can you!!! There are a lot of tricks I've learned that I would be more than happy to pass along. A great website with a ton of info is kellymom.com. My goal is to wait to give her food until 6 months (unless the Ped. says otherwise), and I really want to breastfeed for at least a year (which should be easier once she starts eating food, I hope!). Anyway - I hope this helps!!! emoticon

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5/12/2010 5:36:19 PM

Great job on the fitness milestone!!!

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5/7/2010 8:38:14 PM

thanks so much, holly, for the encouraging words...it really helps me a LOT! emoticon

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