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Seriously - I just did - what was I thinking?!! I weigh more than I've ever done in my life, and I'm not daft enough to think its all baby. I blame ebay. Had it not been for ebay advertising a free listing day today I would not have got off my backside and fished the kiddy bike seat I want to sell from the garage.I would then have not carted the scales downstairs to see how much that box weighedI would then have not stood on them myself just to see what damage I've done in the last 4 months.Quite a lot it seems.Ah well, I've enjoyed it - its nice not being on a diet.And at least I'll lose a little bit when baby is born.Sorry, just needed to vent there. Phew, feel slightly better now in spite of being of heffalump status
Am also feeling hippo like, and am same size as I was full term with dd!!!!I asked at the scan today if baby was big and sonographer looked at me and said 'no baby right size' Never mind tis only time in our lives we can stuff ourselves silly and not worry about it happy eating!
and happy eating to you too mosschops
oh, I did this too - luckily I'd only just gained what morning sickness had lost from me, so it wasn't so bad. That was 4 weeks ago though, and since then, my bump seems to have doubled in size, so I'm avoiding scales at all costs!
Haha good advice! Wish i'd seen it sooner My baby seems to weight about 3 and a half stone!
My secret is not to weigh myself at home...and I don't have to care at the hospital as they do it in kg and that doesn't count!
I've stayed away from the scales but can't seem to stay away from cakes! arrrgh!
Oh that made me laugh!! At my last weigh in I had put on just under a stone at 22 weeks - I'm going to try and not weigh myself again, it's too depressing!!Carbs are not my friend!!
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