There are perhaps a few things that could be going on. Some are in the medical realm re your thyroid and possibly a medication issue. Are you on meds for anything else? They can sometimes impact on weight, negatively. Your Dr would be your best port of call for that.
I note that you had a lot of stress re your sick baby. I know from personal experience that sometimes we grab food that may not be the best choice, but that is what was available and we have to eat.
I also went to have a peak at your Nutrition Tracker. Do you use one? If not, then if you weigh all of your food and enter it in there - everything that goes in your mouth - you may find the problem and be able to tweak to ensure that you stay within your ranges. IF you are using it, tho', and you are withing the ranges that SP recommends, then ask your Dr for a referral to a Registered Dietitian, and take some random print-outs from your Nutrition Tracker to show what and how much you eat. I did this when I first had to go to one. I was steadily gaining even tho' I nearly always ate very healthy - calories and content. My Dietitian told me that what I was consuming is what they normally put people on to lose weight. She could see what the problem was straight away and set about rectifying it. The weight then started to come off - slowly, but surely. It took 16 months to lose the first 50lb, and I happily sat there for a year before deciding to move on down again. I am now at my goal and have been there for over a year. I STILL weigh all of my food and enter it into the tracker to ensure that I stay there.
I hope that your health providers are able to get to the bottom of the problem, and that there is a turn-around. I had 'put up with' being overweight for 30 years - it just took that Dietitian to spot the problem.
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