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    My beautiful Mum had a total "FAT" obsession with me, she always let me know when I needed to lose a bit. She was nothing compared to my Dad though, funny how you forget how much they frustrate you. One day you will miss them nagging you

    Alittle how are you feeling?

    Fiona it is so hard in the first few months, I felt like I was in a bit of a bubble most days.

    Sonja sorry I didn't get back to you re the 12WBT. It pretty much involves 1200 cals a day & you have to burn 500cals 5 days a week, on Saturdays you have to burn 1000 cals so far I have only got to 850 & that was jogging for 30 mins & then 1hr circuit training. I am really impressed with how fit I'm becoming & the weight is also coming off

    One more month & into our final cycle Wazza can work his magic again, though I'm not very positive as my AMH came back at <1 add that to poor lining & not so great sperm chances are very slim

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    Nessie I'm hoping for another miracle in our little thread for you xx

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    Nessie - I have everything crossed for you too. Hope Wazza can work his magic.

    Honestly, FS's must have such a great feeling when they are able to help people have kids. Oh and their pockets must feel heavy too!!


    We are off next Wednesday, to Singapore and then Croatia. Spending a few days in Singapore while DH indulges in formula one, then Croatia to see his parents. We will be gone for 3 weeks. Looking forward to being on the ground. Not looking forward to the flights. Hoping the boys will be ok and not sick, and hoping Archie will sleep on me or in the bassinet.

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    go nessie on the fitness regime! really hope wazza does his magic on u and dh....fingers crossed.

    good trip mg.....envy the holiday but not the flights!!!!!!

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    MG. That sounds lovely! Stressful to think of travelling with kids/babies though. Is most of your flight overnight?

    Well speaking of weight, I was whinging about my belly 'apron' to hubby the other night, and whinging that I always said if I ended up with an apron that I would get it removed, and DH said that if I really wanted to get it removed I should organise to get it done. Now I dont know whether I would actually get it done. What do you guys think??

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    Not sure kel. I've thought of it too, but I'm thinking I'm going to give it a few years and see how my body is coping.

    Looking forward to the holiday. I think our flights are mainly daytime. We have a day flight to Singapore, then off for 4 days, day flight to Frankfurt then stay the night and then fly to Croatia the next day. We have opted for a slow journey there rather than waiting at Frankfurt for the flight.

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    Sorry been MIA started my new job this week and also had a new nanny start. The kids love her which is a relief. It's so busy now with work 2 days a week, school, preschool and the nanny, but she seems to be really capable. the job seems ok too not too difficult just will be steep at first getting used to how they do things there.

    Kel - I've seriously thought about surgery too. I've joined a full on boot camp (Amum I share your pain) in addition to the half marathon training I was doing. We all got really sick last week which means I'm back to the beginning again. I do so much exercise it's ridiculous but my stomach stays almost the same. DH's cousin is married to one of Perth's leading plastic surgeons. I'm going to talk to him if I can't budge by 2014.

    Nessie - good luck for October and well done on the weight loss. It's the perfect time of year to do it.

    Sorry I know there's a lot I miss and don't respond to but I don't get much time now. Fiona glad you're getting more sleep and M4N sending you lots of .

    Off to Lucy's girl guides camp this weekend. Should be fun

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    Moon - hope they flights go better than expected with 2 kids, I'm sure your holiday will be superb (envious much )

    BK - not sure bcs I don't know how your tummy looks, but perhaps talk to a cosmetic surgeon first, it can be a lot of down time I believe, I knew someone that had hers done after losing a massive amount of weight, she was happy with the surgery but did take awhile to recover from it. Another woman I know had to put on weight for a breast reconstruction and they took the tummy fat from her to give her b00bs and she looks really great now and said the recovery wasn't as bad as she expected, about 8 weeks.
    Wouldn't it be great if it was simple to get these things done? I'd do it in a heartbeat. I have a bit of an 'apron' when I bend over or sit down, my tummy is bigger than before and floppy now, it's the floppiness I hate. I think if I don't start taking better care of myself I will end up with an apron down to my thighs . It's not just my lower belly that's saggy, I have a huge upper roll mostly when I sit, it's like another set of b00bs, it would look funny to have the apron removed and not that bit. Lipo wouldn't go astray with me either & possibly a boob lift , hell why not a full body makeover...wishful thinking. All this involves pain though, not sure I'd like that.

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    kel: i was just talking about this today with the girls from work as i went in for a visit...many say they still have the tummy problems after babies / c sect...i mean i NEVER used to have a floppy gut and i seem to be not losing it from there either..kismet im like u i have both an apron and a big roll above it..its pretty depressing....i live in hope that cos i still have like 20+kgs to lose that it will mostly go + exercise but if what sonja says is true then ffs.........i agree maybe talk to someone and see what a personal trainer says ie can it actually be rectified without surgery...? dunno............


 

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