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9/26/13 3:30 P

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I agree, I like the active dates idea, and also the cooking together! I feel like the cooking together idea contributes to the limiting eating out one, too, because by cooking your meal together, you can make it feel really romantic and like a date night out. Heck, while dinner is finishing cooking itself, why not get changed into something nice and dolled-up a bit, set the table with candles and a nice bottle of wine/champagne, set some nice background music, and make your own dining table your favorite restaurant spot?! I also like the picnic ideas, and I plan on finding a picnic basket set to add to our registry so we can enjoy it for years to come! emoticon

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9/17/13 5:04 P

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I was perusing Sparkpeople today and came across this article:

I thought it was great since I've been putting a lot of thought about how I plan to keep up my healthy habits after the wedding. How can I be sure that the changes I'm making are not just to 'fit into the dress' but rather to be a healthy wife and (future) mother? I'm so scared that I'll gain the weight back right after the wedding.

Personally, I really liked the suggestions of 'active dates', since my fiancee is an active nut. What about all of you?

"Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude" -Thomas Jefferson

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