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Breakfast -yo crunch yogurt and a half of bananna and Orange juice
lunch-ham and fat free cheese on light wheat bread and a chocolate skim milk
Dinner -smart one lasagne
Snack -small slither of b-day cake
Breakfast - 2 pc french toast w/ strawberries, 1/2 pc turkey bacon, 1 cup light OJ
lunch- broccoli and beef and white rice (tried not to eat all the sauce and didn't eat all the rice) the mall i ended up going to didn't have any good food choices and i didn't want their salad, so well oh well
Snack - smoothie with strawberry banana and orange
snack- dinner was past 8 o'clock and i didn't think they were going ot have a birthday cake (stupid me) so i had a skinny cow ice cream sandwich no added sugar
Dinner - crusted red snapper with vodka cream sauce, baked potato and salad with feta cheese & red wine vinegarette
Snack - birthday cake (yum)
Water - not enough i think 32
Exercise - 30 day shred when i get in (was able to do most of it)
Comments/Thoughts - not a good day, i wanted a cheat but not as much as I did, although not detrimental. New dawn, new day
Breakfast -1 pkg of apple cinnamon oatmeal, two slices of toast with spray butter Snack -Yoplait yogurt (apple turnover) lunch- ham sandwich on wheat with honey mustard, pretzels Snack - light fudge bar, Yoplait yogurt (boston creme pie) Dinner - spaghetti with meat sauce (lean ground beef) onions, green peppers and mushrooms. Snack - 2 hershey kisses, popcorn
Water - 85 ounces
Exercise - 30 day shred, Walked 1 1/4 mile, ran 1/4 of a mile (and nearly died, but I did it!)
Comments/Thoughts -I'm never running again. Until Monday at least!
bk: had a low fat, traditional breakfast
lun: no lunch still full
diner: pork loin, green beans w/ potato and oinion... fresh corn? I dunno
Ex: 60 min tonight
Melly, 27. Wife to Jim. We're pregnant! VBAC hopeful after 2 c-sections
Living and loving life in NW Arkansas, USA Mom to Logan, my beautiful angel son. 7/8/07 - 2/19/08
Collin , born on Oct. 15th 2010, 9.11 lbs. 100% breastfeeding, cloth diapered, all organic goodness.
Baby #3 on the way. EDD May 21st, 2012 SAHM, Student (science major). Volunteer (Arkansas Childrens Hospital). Facebook :http://www.facebook.com/melly.jeffers
Family blog: http://mellyjimandcounting.blogspot.com/
My first son Logan, 7/8/07 - 2/19/08.
6 months in the NICU, 1 month at home, missed and thought about every single day.
Logans blog: logansworld.blog.com
Breakfast - honeycombs & milk
Lunch - 1 hot dog with cheez whiz, a few bbq chips, 1 gingerbread cookie, milk, coffee
Snack - yogurt with granola sprinkled on top
Dinner - homemade pizza, coke
Water - 3 cups
Exercise - 40 min. dance video
Comments/Thoughts - food choices aren't great today but at least I'm not overeating. And I feel great now that I've exercised!
Breakfast -2 slices Peanut butter toast, coffee
lunch- healthy choice chicken noodle soup bowl, hummus and baby carrots, apple
Dinner -Going out to chevy's. It is my 1 "cheat" meal per week. Well not really cheat, since I count the points, but it is a BIG meal - usually 20 points worth
Snack -dont' know yet, if I'm hungry a skinny cow, if I'm not, nothing
Total WW points is 34-37 depending on if I eat my final snack or not
Comments/Thoughts - blah, need to work out. I have a rib injury which is preventing me from doing anything too strenuous but I sooo need to get back on it.
Breakfast - bananan in multi. grain cheerios w/2% milk & coffee w/ff creamer
lunch-ham sandwich w/mayo on a sourdough bun & some chips
Dinner -beef tips in gravy over rice and peas