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    Quote Originally Posted by GlasgowRose View Post
    As this is a support thread I'm going to encourage you to have the peppermint tea... But you reminded me I have coke zero in the fridge, and I'm going to have one!!
    Too funny!! I think I will have the tea too. Just had a coffee at 11, so might leave the coke til this afternoon.

    Okay, I think I have decided on The Biggest Loser roast vegetable frittata for dinner and will add some chopped ham.

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    I'm going to have to bow out ladies.
    Just got told off by my health nurse. My ds2 had lost weight not me.
    Good luck to you all with your journey.

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    Oh no DIA!!! I hope you can both get back on track soon... big love. xx

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    Making pancakes with DD was not a good idea!

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    At least lunch was a healthy wrap.

    Dinner is a stir fry so pack full of veges

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I'm going to have to bow out ladies.
    Just got told off by my health nurse. My ds2 had lost weight not me.
    Good luck to you all with your journey.
    Oh no. It's a fine line with weight loss and breastfeeding sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I'm going to have to bow out ladies.
    Just got told off by my health nurse. My ds2 had lost weight not me.
    Good luck to you all with your journey.
    Sorry to hear DIA, I hope everything is ok. I'm feeding DD2 as well so I understand the frustration of wanting to diet and loose weight but also not letting it impact your supply. I wish we were those mums whose weight seems to fall off just by breast feeding!

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    Dinner...

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    Roast vegetable frittata and I added chopped ham...

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    Evening gorgeous mammas! I'm on my laptop and my 'enter' key isn't working for some strange reason, so please excuse the bunched up text. Was going really, really good these last few days. Was feeling light, motivated and proud. But.... made spinach and ricotta ravioli for dinner tonight, only served myself a small portion and didn't even eat all of that serving. I stopped just before I felt full (as recommended) and was very pleased with myself. Until DS handed me his leftovers to "scrape".. yup.. scrapped I sure did. Right down my neck, lol... It was only half a bowl but I didn't need it and now feel bloated and blergh. Why did I do thaaaaaaat??

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    I had to Lol at scrapped down your neck! Oh well, at least it was only one meal and not a whole day of bad choices. Seems the day for it though, I was going really well until DD2 played up in the afternoon/night which meant I was tired and not wanting to cook. End result= KFC combo meal. Blergh!

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    Sorry to see you go DIA, it is hard when you are breast feeding. I found once my kids were on solids my weightloss didn't affect breast feeding - good luck!

    Hmmm peppermint tea, I might have to take some to work - thanks for reminding me GR!!

    Your dinner looks delicious BL!!

    I am still super motivated! My mood has improved so much since I started eating better and exercising! Even DH has noticed how happy I am and is trying his hardest to encourage me 💗!

    Today:
    Breakfast - 2 pieces of toast with peanut butter
    Lunch- ham and salad sub
    Dinner- creamy chicken curry with rice
    Just had a small cupcake and a tea!

    Also did another 5km walk/jog!


 

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