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Week 13 - Feeling Good

Friday, March 26, 2010

For whatever reason, I've been looking forward to writing this blog. First of all, I've been doing well at the gym. I got there 3 times this week and worked hard and the scale is looking good. Oh yeah, I'm not supposed to be on the scale. Yeah right. That lasted a few minutes emoticon I'm still waiting to report on that in next week's blog along with inches lost.

I've definitely gotten into an eating routine and that has helped a ton. I have breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, an early dinner and then a snack. One major change is that I eat dinner before going to the gym and then a light snack. I'm also doing my darnest to "close the kitchen" at 8pm. This will help me control my mindless nighttime eating. All of these changes are helping me a lot and I feel like I'm finally heading in the right direction. I'm sure once I stop BF that my weight will just "melt off" emoticon

As for baby, I've decided to wean her at 6 months. I love breastfeeding but Lillian isn't the fastest drinker. Her BF sessions last at least 60 mins and sometimes longer. I'm also going to start her on cereal the middle of next month and then solids at 6 months so a bottle will be great. She takes a bottle now and has no issue with it. She's actually holding it on her own just about. It's so cute. I can't believe it she's growing up so fast.

Here is a photo of her with daddy. DH says that she looks like she's going to run away.
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    Great job. I am a little nervous to start activity after giving birth with the breastfeeding. My bewbs are huge now and I can't even imagine what they will be like with a milk supply. You are doing great though, inspiring even. I look forward to your post next week.

    You little one is precious. She does look like she is about to bolt.
    3611 days ago
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