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Starting to fit into pre pregnancy clothes again.

Friday, May 24, 2013

I have no clue what I did but the scale has finally started moving. 149.6 was a surprise for sure. I had been steady at 153 for quite some time, but then all of a sudden it changed. I think finally getting outside for long walks helps. I haven't really been out since tuesday because of rain, and I'm afraid the first bloody nice day out "someone" has invited themselves over. Gah the inlaws will be coming for a visit on monday, yes she scheduled it in already last night. WTF! She needs to get a life and leave me alone!

Next friday DH has to take a day off, his cousin is coming in from Vancouver and is going to his grandma's place at 1:30. So the only way for us to meet them is he takes a half day. So I am not sure why his mother needs to come for a visit on monday she will be seeing Anissa on friday. I swear it is to check up on how I am taking care of her grandchild. Anyways that is not why I started to post about DH's half day. He decided to take the other half day on wednesday where we can go see a movie in the afternoon and we can take baby with us. We will be going to see star trek. I must have will power to stay away from the popcorn there.

Today I decided to try on some jeans that I wore before I got pregnant, and by golly they fit with just a teeny bit of a bulge over top of the jeans. I have to keep up this momentum!
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  • v FITGIRL15
    Sometimes just time passing helps us get over a hump. Good job for staying consistent with your walks and making your health a priority!!! Healthy mom = healthy family!!!
    Congrats on breaking your plateau (and by like 4 pounds too... woop wooop!)
    1127 days ago
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