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Welcome, weekend!

Saturday, September 08, 2012

I made it to another weekend - yay! And the first two weeks of school are under my belt; things should start getting a bit easier soon.

I had a cool NSV this week: I put on a pair of capris that I've had since last spring that used to be snug and they zipped right up! I also noticed that they stayed up better while I was walking around; this spring and summer I was constantly yanking them up because my belly kept working its way over the waistband and pushing them down (gross!). It felt good to have that tangible proof that yes, my body is changing!

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ALEXSGIRL1 9/9/2012 8:33PM

    awesome good job hugs

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SHERRY3969 9/8/2012 7:41PM

    I am so glad my children are older and out of school. I didn't mind it until the last year after my daughter had graduated. I couldn't get my son to get up at all. I was at work before he had to be at school so he was always late. My daughter somehow managed to always get him up. Glad you have made it through the first two weeks. Congrats on the smaller size. Yay!

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BEARGODDESS 9/8/2012 9:32AM

    Congratulations! I'm having some more positive moments with my own waistbands these days, and can totally relate! Enjoy!

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BIGPAWSUP 9/8/2012 8:57AM

    Congrats on making it. I knew you were tougher than those kids!

How awesome on the Capri's that is the BEST feeling in the world. Congrats!!!!

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BUSYGRANNY5 9/8/2012 8:43AM

    Good for you!!! It's such a great feeling when our clothes fit better!!!!

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MINNIEME1114 9/8/2012 8:19AM

    Good for you! I too love when I get back into some of my smaller clothes. It's something to celebrate!

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