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The next "big thing" in my life

Right... I have a new mission! I AM going to lose weight!!

I'm not having any more babies and I need something to obsess over, plus I always said I would worry about my weight once I wasn't planning on getting pregnant again.

I am already 2lb lighter than when I got my BFP, but I have been gaining a bit these last few weeks. I don't know how much, but those size 16 jeans I was so thrilled to get back into are already feeling a little snug. Big muffin tops! Not good!

Hubby is in on this too, all be it by proxy, because he's been ill lately (I think stress related) and the doc has told him to lose weight.

I've signed back up for Weight Watchers (online), I have weighed myself on the Wii Fit, and I am working out which Wii Fit things I can safely do with Freddie strapped to me in a sling. Georgie goes back to nursery tomorrow so I will have a couple of hours each morning through the week where I can at least get a bit of Step in.

Before I got pregnant I was doing really well with the WW, I went from 15st 8lb to 13st 12lb. Now I am 13st 10lb and I want to get to under 10 stone.... eventually. My first goal though is to hit 13 stone. Ideally that will be 5 weeks away but I'll give myself 6 weeks and see how I get on.

So I will no doubt mention it on here from time to time, but I have started a new mini-blog here: http://yummymummy-wannabe.blogspot.co.uk/



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