Went for a follow up appointment at my Dr's today and all is well and my back is feeling better. I'll be heading to kickboxing tomorrow morning and am very much looking forward to our playdate with some of Ava's old classmates afterwards.
I'm struggling a little with my weight due to weaning. Nothing major, about 4 lbs, but something I need to nip in the bud. Or is it nip in the butt? I think it's bud. Anyhow, I need to pay attention. One of the great things about nursing is all the extra calories, a.k.a. Weight Watcher points you get each day. If it were socially acceptable, I may have nursed Luke 'til he was 10 years old for all of those extra snacks!
Alas, it is not, so I did what needed to be done... I checked the no box next to are you a nursing mother on my online tracker today and said goodbye to 3 points per day. When I was solely nursing I was having a field day with 10 extra points, then some were taken away once solids were added to Luke's diet and here I am with none.
It appears as Luke was being weaned, so was I!
I've heard it said that some women actually lose weight once their babies are weaned. Has this happened to any of you? Do any of you believe it's true? Or, do you think it's some old wive's tale designed to get our kids off the breast before they hit puberty?