BethAnnM1 - As the other 2 Ladies said. Take your time, and do it one step at a time. Make sure you let somebody else know what you are working toward and ask for support from others.
Also consider that your children are in their forming years. What they see you doing can (will) become part of them. So eat healthy, try lots of new and different foods and teach your children to eat and exercise. If it isn't really good for your kids, it isn't good for you.
Play with your kids as much as you can! Walk, run, jump, swim, cycle, climb, tumble, skip, play catch and soccer, skate -- DO IT ALL. It burns calories and it is fun!!
"He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough."
-- Lao Tzu
"All great achievements require time."
-- Maya Angelou
| Pounds lost: 13.0