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Thursday, August 15, 2013

i do not understand how the fitbit tracks minutes.... I walked for over an hour grocery shopping today, I swept and mopped the kitchen floor , I have the to mop Dani's room, and the kids bathroom , and clean the litter boxes (yuck) , but we are changing litters again because our cats like to kick this old litter everywhere and its clay and get yuckie when they step in the tub.
Yesterday I did 4 loads of laundry, and walked 1 1/2 hours shopping, but my sugar dropped on me and made me really sick. It was only 104 which is good but my poor body is not used to good levels yet, but I am so glad it came down, and it will level out. It has been between 100 and 150 all week. Yay 2 shots a day is enough.
Today is my beautiful niece's 2nd birthday. Lylie is such a sweet lil girl. This is her and Dani at her party on Saturday! Pretty good for a baby that was born not breathing and no heart beat huh?
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    Cute kids there :-)
    I've got a fitbit too and sometimes wonder the same thing.
    1729 days ago
    Great news about getting your numbers under control, I thought you would! Lylie looks so healthy now!
    1740 days ago
    Don't have a FitBit so can't really help you there, but sounds like you got enough activity in!

    Keep it up.
    1740 days ago
    Love the picture! Both girls are precious! Hope you figure out what's up with your Fitbit!
    1740 days ago
    What is up with your fitbit? just not tracking accurately ? Have you checked the manual or anything like that? Maybe try googling some things as to what is going on with it.

    House work is always a good cardio. Glad your sugar is getting better, though feeling icky doesn't make if feel very good. Hopefully, it will be much better to handle sooner rather than later.
    1740 days ago
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