- 7 years ago
um…up 35. and its been only 2 years.
Same, but it’s been only about a month. 😉
I think I gained about 5 lbs (& my weight NEVER fluctuates)…. so I was sad 🙁 Now its getting back there w/ less ‘vacation’ food and more regular exercising
Same, for the most part.
Same. I’ve been the same weight since I was a teenager, I’m 28 now.
Same, it’s been a little over a year. I lost about 5 lbs during the months before the wedding, just due to the stress, and it’s never come back, thank goodness.
Was up 16 (damn mirena!), but have worked really hard and lost a total of 32 pounds, so now down 16. FH is down about 30 through diet alone and just started working out. While we are VERY different people, our greatest strength is how hard we work on our own issues and our relationship, and I see this as one more sign of that.
Same. but its only been 2 weeks. 🙂 But I hope it’ll be the same in the future too seeing how I’ve fluctuated maybe +/- 5 lbs since highschool (over 15 years).
Up two :(. I was up 10 when I was using the Mirena IUD, but as soon as I got it removed a couple months ago, and with watching portion size and exercising, I’m more toned than I was at the wedding. It’s been almost a year.
oh boy, dont get me started! it took me a year to lose 20 pounds, slowly and healthy. it took me 2.5 months to gain back 12 of them!!! now i have lost 4, so i am 8 pounds over my wedding weight and hopefully will lose another 5 ASAP!
Up 2, which I’m happy for. I basically stopped eating the week before the wedding due to all the activity and stress.
I gained a couple pounds since my wedding day. I was pretty stressed and busy while planning for my wedding. I’m at my normal weight at this point.
I’ve gained a little bit (I never use a scale so I don’t know how much – not enough to change pant sizes though) – job issues have had me very stressed/depressed which is certainly not good for me in the weight department. I just recently started on Lexapro though so maybe once I’m feeling more like my normal self, my weight can go back down a bit.
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