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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Its been a while ima make this quick lol my baby is a bit fussy lol so yeah. i gave birth on Oct 2nd 2021 yeah 2 weeks early lol. my love came back on sep the first week. So he did come a month before i gave birth. 10hrs of it too it was all good :) no epidural :) but they did an internal monotering that hurt me so bad i cried and yeah it went down hill. my baby girl was 6 pounds 2 ounces. Now she is 12.5 lbs and 23 inches lol shes big. I got up to 187 lbs at 3 months postpartum and did a little effort to exercise to i gained 1.5 lbs i think breast feeding is helping me stay there lol. so im 188.5 but feel better than before i was pregnant i have bigger hips ;| which bothered me at first but now im like hey all that fat is distributed even better. not saying that ill stay at this weight at all but saying i feel better even if my jeans dont fit me anymore :_(.

so now im starting to workout with my husband. a workout from Im starting to take multi vitamins and cla also protein shake cuz its necessary now that im not just doing regular cardio but lifting weights and stuff yeah. i plan to loose all that baby fat and weight 170pounds like my senior yr back in high school. then 150 my healthy weight and lastly like 125-120 pounds at my dream weight which is still a healthy rage at my height.

right now im so sore from the workout from yesterday it was day 1 so it was exhausting. my motivation is high and energy moderate. My diet plan is none. lol i eat a good breakfast lunch and dinner. No paistries or candy or soda though lol im trying to eat healthy though because i do want this to be a life changing thing because i want to set a good example for our baby girl :).

Hre name is Serina byt he way for serine and calm lol :) and for the character from sailor moon lol i love that show.
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