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    8.5 kg gain at 39 weeks!!

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    Awesome! Well done!

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    16kg gain at 35 weeks. The weight gain seems to be increasing in speed!! Aaarrrrgggghhhh

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    I havnt weighed myself since week 20 I had put on 4 kilos by then.have been too scared to weigh myself again and my ob dosnt weigh me. I know I have put on but not sure how much! I am curious though but not really pigging out on food , i have days i crave junk esp choc but i actually havnt been eating much more than before i was preg,so guess I shouldn't worry and don't want to upset myself at the sight of scales! Last time it made me cry! I am curious though hmm deciding whether to weigh myself tomorrow or not haha

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    Just weighed myself 2 weeks after Ruby was born and I'm down 3kgs below my start weight! Thank you breastfeeding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    Just weighed myself 2 weeks after Ruby was born and I'm down 3kgs below my start weight! Thank you breastfeeding!
    Oh wow that's amazing!! You didn't gain much tho did you?
    I'm only have 700g to lose to get to my starting weight. That could be my huge b00bs though!

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    I think it was about 6kgs I put on. I have gone up a cup size as well and still a little belly to get rid of!

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    Yeah same. My tummy is actually flatter than before I was preg but it's looser (if that makes sense!)

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    Way to go caketin! You should be very proud of yourself
    I am up 16.2kg at 36 weeks.

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    Mrsleesey you have done fantastically as well!!

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