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No change again *sigh*

Getting a bit feb up now. Three weeks I have stayed at 12 stone 4 (172lb). And it''s getting me down.

I know I have not been behaving the best when it comes to food, but I am getting physical stuff in too - allegedly enough to balance it out.

Mind you, I am 'due on' next week, so maybe I'm just bloated, and I'll get a nice drop afterwards.

I'm trying my wedding dress on tomorrow. I know I am a little thicker round the middle now than I was when I had my measurements taken to have it made. If it's miles too small I'm going to cry SO much! This dress has cost a bloody FORTUNE, so not fitting in it on the big day is NOT an option!

I'm staying at Mums tonight and we're going to see the dress together tomorrow, which will be lovely, but the one and only downside to that is the amount of food Mum likes to serve!

She's a real hostess, my Mum, and everyone gets fed wonderful food until they are fit to burst. It's not that the food is unhealthy, there's just SO much of it! And my stepfather, lovely though he is too, gets a cob on if you don't clear your plate - which he loads up for you - saying that we should be greatful that Mum has gone to such lengths to provide a nice meal, so we should not insult her by not eating everything on our plates!

Which would explain my Stepdad has such a tummy on him, and why Mum too complains about being overweight. He's the one that buys the cream cakes....

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