A 17-month-old told me I was eating bad...

Ok so she didn't really tell me that, but I came to the awful conclusion myself when I realized it was her 3rd time eating french fries in 7 days!!! Usually the cold weather sparks my interest for soup and 1/2 sandwich from our favorite deli. But as my to-do list grew longer rather than shorter, the drive-thrus were the answer. Now, off to the store!

4 comments:

  1. I've had those weeks too. It's especially hard when you have one small child and are pregnant with another one.

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  2. I think we all have those days! I am so excited to find that you have a blog! I started with the pregnancy DVD combo pack and have been using your postnatal boot camp for a while and am upgrading(finally) to some of your new ones! Your videos are by far my favorite!

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  3. Hey Lindsay,
    Speaking of not keeping to the intended plan, I am at the end of my second trimester and for unexpected reasons stopped exercising for about a month after being really faithful the whole pregnancy. I have blown up like a balloon! You think getting back to my regine can help me get at least my buns back into proportion for the remainder of my pregnancy or get my weight a little lower? Or do I just have to wait till after I give birth to expect real changes for the good?

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  4. Anonymous, hi! Glad you want to get back in the saddle! You defintely want to check with yoru doctor about getting back into exercise before jumping back in. Sometimes it can do more harm than good. If you do--make sure you gradually add exercise back in. And yes it is totally possible to get the bun cakes looking better and keep your weight gain down. Although you don't want to try and lose wieght, just slow the weight gain down by eating a little less. For example, if you gained 5 lbs. in 2 weeks...eliminate 100 calories/day and you should see the weight steady off. I hope that helps!

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