Fitness Minutes: (582)
5/7/13 9:52 P
I had my baby almost 5 months ago and although I admit I haven't been working too too hard at it, I've remained the same weight also. Just joined this today and I'm hoping that I can stick to it this time.
Fitness Minutes: (19,195)
528 4/29/13 10:19 P
My ds is about 15 months and I only just started losing weight. And most of that is actually from my pregnancy with my 7yo dd. :)
Now that you've got your eye on the prize, you can do it!
I had my baby in March and lost 15 of the weight already not dieting just breastfeeding. So i have about 10 more to go plus 50 to get to my ideal. Im focusing on healthy eating now and am tracking just to see how much ive been eating. Hope to be a ideal this time next year but wont sacrifice milk supply to get there.
Fitness Minutes: (24,670)
2,738 4/26/13 4:45 P
With my youngest I didn't lose a single pound until I weaned her at 14 months. Not ONE single freaking pound from the day I walked out of the hospital. It was very frustrating, especially when you hear everyone talking about how breastfeeding helps you lose the weight fast. My body didn't get that memo. Just remember you're now the very first role model for your son, and he will learn everything he knows from you and others in your household. So put as much thought into how you feed and care for yourself as you put into how you feed and care for him. He will thank you for it one day!
Fitness Minutes: (0)
4/26/13 5:22 A
Yep I've got weight to go after all my bub has just turned one, I've been losing slowly but I need to keep on track
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