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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    My badonka donk is so cushy that i sit on things all the time and dont even know it. Its like a family joke.

    Remotes? Cant feel it, ds's pencil case? Nope dont realise.

    One time ds was looking for his stuffed dog he sleeps with. Dh said "your mother is prolly sitting on it" i was so offended! "I think i would know if THAT was under me" *stands up* *see's stuffed dog under me* we were all in hysterics


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    HAHAHAHA I've done the exact same thing and ex dp said pretty much the same and I got offended.

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    I am always searching for my car keys only to realise I'm sitting on them

    Could be worse ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Previous weight 130kg, 167cm tall
    Bmi 46.6

    Current weight 75kgs , 167cm tall

    Bmi 26.9


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    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
    Wow!! Zombie eyes! Good job!! You look fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gracie's Mum View Post
    I'm 163cms and 43.5-44kgs, size 6, I am very petite and according to BMI calculators i am a 16 which is underweight but that's a load of BS as I have always been thin and petite no matter how much food I eat, it's just the way I am!!
    Glad I'm not the only one! I'm 160 and 40kg and still dropping- breast feeding. (Usually I'm around 43kg) However I agree I am too thin, size 6 is getting baggy! If someone comments on you being overweight its RUDE but somehow it's ok to make nasty comments about your weight when you're struggling to put it on grrrrr! Pet peeve of mine. >:

    Edit:got to 58kg when pregnant but within 4 months I was back to 43kgs without doing anything.

    And NO WAY am I posting a picture of myself.... You ladies are so brave and confident I'm jealous!
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    I'm 162cm tall, current weight around 84kg bmi 32 clothing size top 12 bottom 14-16

    Pre pregnancy I was losing weight and working out lots - I'd got down to around 76kg. These days I spend far too long sitting on my @ss feeding dd lol but I've just started making dietary changes so im hoping to see results. I'd attach pictures but the app isn't letting me

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    270cms tall, 52.2 kgs, wear a size 8, giving me a bmi of 18.1. Which is (apparently) underweight.

    I've decided bmi is a crock! I am not underweight, I am breast feeding my baby at least 4 times a day. If I were underweight, I'd have supply issues, which I do not. I'm still carrying 2 kgs over my pre baby weight, which I think is my fat reserve to maintain my supply.

    I do not diet, I eat according to hunger, I do not exercise excessively (though I don't have a car, so I walk a lot).

    I should probably add, I'm from a tall skinny family, so I think my size may be genetic.
    Just like to add weight has no bearing on the supply of breast milk- being underweight has no affect on the quality or quantity of milk produced (I researched this to prove a point to MIL. as she pressuring me to stop breast feeding. (Worried dd was missing out on nutrients sigh).
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    me at around 79kguploadfromtaptalk1382471930030.jpguploadfromtaptalk1382472266385.jpg

    me now at 84kg. This photo makes me look thinner than I am. My butt has always been huge even when I was a size 10 but its just ridiculous now lol uploadfromtaptalk1382472129445.jpg

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    I by no means condone the suggested behaviour but after reading this thread this picture gave me a giggle

    Again not letting me attach pictures

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    Aww bugger it since everyone is being brave here's my pic
    BMI 16 and trying very hard to put it on so skinny (forcing down a piece of toast now lol)
    Waiting for the nasty comments and pro ana crap now
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    Sometimes it's just as hard being skinny as it is being overweight - more comments and too embarrassed to get photographed because people say mean things
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    156cm and 51kgs so BMI of 21. Training for a marathon at the moment so a bit lighter than usual. My cruising weight is 53. Many years ago, my weight was 48. I was smoking a pack a day, regularly drinking and eating very badly. I am much healthier, fitter and happier with my weight now.


 

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