Friday, April 26, 2013

Baby Fat

    I wish this were a post on my cute chunky new baby boy however, this is more of a post on my not so cute post baby fat. I feel its is time to quit the excuses and get my body back into gear. This pregnancy pooch is suppose to go away after baby not stick around.

    Right before I found out I was pregnant I had just lost a staggering 25 pounds! To some people this may not be a lot, but for me it was HUGE... I was just starting to feel pretty again, when I discovered I was pregnant. Even though I was super excited to have this sweet little baby I wasn't excited about gaining back all that weight I had just lost.

     As any pregnant girl knows its hard to not indulge yourself in cravings, especially in the last few weeks of pregnancy when your so uncomfortable, hot, and all you want to do is cry. You really start to look at food like its a reward for being so miserable.  Although I did hold strong to a healthy lifestyle while pregnant, I still packed on a few extra, no so pregnancy pounds most likely from the last month of pregnancy.
    My baby is now almost 4 months old, and I have no excuse. I must resist that sinfully delicious chocolate, and must get off my butt and go to the gym! I am 8 pounds short of my pre-pregnancy weight, and I cant wait to shed that off... Wish me luck :)

Next Week's Workout Plan

30 min Gym Cardio 
45 min strength training
(at least 5 days worth)
Polish and Dust Dancing:)
1000 Sit-Up's
Vacuum and Mopping Yoga:)
500 Lunges
Daily Baby and Toddler Toting Around Bicep Workout:)


  1. I remember those cravings! When I was almost a week overdue I sat and ate ice cream sandwiches all afternoon :(

    1. that made me laugh only because i remember doing simular things

  2. Looks like a great plan! Just focus on that feeling of achieving your goals. Keep us updated on your progress.

    It stands to reason that once the baby is born the baby bump should be gone!

    1. Thanks, so far ive already lost some weight. I will for sure do a followup post.

  3. It took me a minute to understand your workout. I was impressed for a second thinking you were actually going to count out 1000 sit-ups.