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Gaining for sure. But I don't know how much because my stupid scale tells me something different every time I get on it. I know weight fluctuates depending on the time of day....so I guess I just need to check before I eat in the morning or something. Plus my doc's scale always weighs me more. Blah!
I actually gained 3lbs but had lost 5 so I'm still down 2lbs. My last baby, I gained every single week. At 31wks, when I delivered, I had gained 40lbs. It took me over a year to lose it so I'm glad I'm not gaining as quickly this time.
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Over the summer I lost 7-8 lbs from going grain-free. When MS hit I started eating like crap, and I've gained every one of those lbs back. It seems like it's slowed down a bit since the nausea has slacked off. I gained like crazy from 5-9 weeks because I had to eat every two hours to keep from feeling sick and the only things I wanted were cheeseburgers and donuts, lol. With DD I gained 25 lbs and I'm hoping to keep it under 30 this time, but I'm a lot more sedentary now that I'm a SAHM (I was a full-time housekeeper last time I was pregnant, which was WAY too physical at the end but I was stubborn and kept working.) I kept my gym membership so I'm hoping to have the energy to actually go soon.
Eliza Rose, born 6/9/10 ...and getting a little brother for her birthday! Baby Henry Wilder, due 6/7/13