Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Today was my second day with Spark People. I have to say it is great to be back. I forgot how much I wanted to succeed while on this site.

I have hope today. I know what I need to work on. I was reading Self Magazine and found myself tearing about a page with a success story on it. This girl lost over 200lbs and looks great. It is possible. I can do this. I can feel better about myself.

I also feel hope for making my dreams of being a mom come true. I scheduled my first visit today with an infertility specialist. Well, actually it is just the first exam then I go for a infirtility exam. Still it is the first step right? I did let my nerves and worry get the better of me though today. I started thinking about if I would be rejected because of my size. I know I need to be healthier but I am hoping they see I am trying to get there and won't deny me. Also, I started thinking about if this was all going to work. I know I am thinking way ahead. I had to slow myself down and take a breath. Go back to first step and get through my first exam. I can't get ahead of myself :)

This year is shaping up to be an eventful one....full of good things and doing things for myself!

Good luck to all !
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    take care of yourself. I had the same problem, when I went in for my annual check up I broke down & started balling because I told the baby how bad I wanted another baby. He did blood work & did all the necessary steps & he said he couldn't find anything wrong, that it had to be because of my weight. I started weight watchers, just to prove him wrong. I just knew I would lose weight & still have no luck. Well..... apparently the doctor was right because my "baby" will be 7 next month. So don't give up hope, hold on to your dream & when the time is right you will have that baby that you are dreaming of.
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