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    Yes, I always tell him! Every time I get weighed at the Ob's office, I tell him how much I've gained. It makes me more motivated to lose it once bubs is out

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    I used to take 10kg off my frame when he'd ask and I'd actually reply.

    Now he knows, because he knows my pre-op weight, and so I keep him up-to-date with my losses.

    Most recent weight is 81.3kg... and he's put on about 5kg so last time he weighed himself he was 70.9kg. I can't believe I'm just over 10kg heavier than him... especially since a few months ago I was over 40kg heavier!

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    not exactly...but he tries to ignore my enormousness i think, so wouldn't want to know exactly. My weight is a huge embarrassment to him

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    Yes he knows.. whether it sinks in and he remembers is another story

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    yep and he couldn't care less what I weigh - for some reason that I cannot fathom he finds me gorgeous heh

    it did take me 2-3 years into our relationship though before he knew the exact number.

    He is the only partner to have ever known though.

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    He makes me weigh in weekly for him.

    He doesn't mind what I've gained, but he knows I want to lose it and is helpful.

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    Yes and he always has. I know his weight too. I don't see the point in hiding it...it's not like you'll look any different if you admit how much you weigh. DH was even the one to point out with my 3rd pregnancy that my thighs were getting bigger (never happened before). I didn't take offence to it at all. He also tells me I'm really heavy any time he picks me up....again no offense take, my mum, dad and sister all say the same thing.
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    No, I dont even know.

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    Yep I never thought about keeping it hidden.

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    Yep and I know what he weighs too


 
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