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Day 1 - All over again, w/ a bun in the oven.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

So... I took a few days off after finding out I was pregnant. I celebrated a little
bit with some junk food. Picked up about 2 lbs just for fun to celebrate. I was so stunnedby the news, that I figured why not have a milk shake and a butter finger. I did get a piece of fried chicken too! Since, I've been eating so healthy lately.... it all tasted kind of gross to me, so it was definitely a waste of calories.
So, I've got back into the groove of things as of today. I had 2 donut holes because my head was slightly swimming though. I even had a little bit of a soda and it didn't go over too well on on my taste buds. So everything else is in line with my healthy way of life..... I've accounted for everything I have had and will have on today.

I am having a hard time with adding more food to my dietary though. I know I am suppose to add at least 300-500 more calories to my caloric intake, but I am really not hungry. Not sure what to do about that, but we'll work it out somehow even if it's adding a bowl of cereal or something.
ANY SUGGESTIONS? I don't want to starve my little precious one....

Well, I plan to get a 30 min walk in ontoday. I even found out that I can continue in my turbojam, but LOW and I do mean LOW impact. I just want to work on my arms so they won't be as jiggly as J-E-L-L-O.... hahaha

Well that's keep this party rolling... I have my !st Doctor's appt on 07/03, so I'll keep you posted on our lil peanut..... Love you all
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  • v DANILYNNG
    Don't worry about forcing extra calories right now... When I was pregnant, I had absolutely HORRENDOUS morning/noon/night sickness. We're talking, "wake up at 2am to throw up" sickness! When I was 4 months pregnant, I was 10 lbs LESS than when I'd gotten pregnant, and a bit concerned. The doctor laughed at me and said "Mama, the baby is fine, growing and thriving. YOU lost some weight!" Considering I wasn't even remotely overweight when I got pregnant, I decided to just relax and let the baby keep growing emoticon
    1470 days ago
  • v KBRADFORD88
    I was losing weight when I got an oh what I'm pregnant. But, I weigh 209 pounds. I just stayed with what I was doing. I will admit I did not track calories. I ate healthy. NO I mean no sweets and my body felt better than any of my other 3 pregnancies not the spikes in blood sugar. I did walk away the pounds and water aerobics and I felt awesome and lost all my baby weight in 6 weeks. that was unheard of for me. But, I only gained 20 pounds. For someone weigh in at over 200 that's ok. Best wishes. You can do this.
    1473 days ago
  • v JERSEYFLOWER
    Congrats!!! When it's so early in pregnancy you don't really need that many extra calories a day if you're already eating healthy and have a little bit of weight on you. Try adding a glass of nonfat milk and you will be fine! Baby is going to suck the calcium right out of you, so it's a great choice. Best wishes to you!
    1473 days ago
  • v HIKELUV
    I'd definitely listen to your body. Eat when you are hungry. That baby won't let you starve him/her. So glad you can still do your turbojam. Having fun fitness activities to look forward to might helps us stay consistent when life gets crazier.

    I agree with IVNARU - it's all about the healthy choices. Keep the kitchen full of great, baby- and mama-nourishing foods and those habits will be cemented by the time the little one arrives!
    1473 days ago
  • v IVNABRU
    Congrats on the big news! Im on my 8th month and cant say that I have changed much in regard to my diet - I eat when we're hungry and thats about it - just choose healthier options like a banana instead of a snickers bar. Both sweet but one will keep you fuller longer and is good for you and baby. Good luck to you both!!!
    1474 days ago
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