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Monday, May 16, 2011

It's been a rough last couple of months for me. Pregnancy was really kicking my butt! Now I'm finally feeling consistently better. I'm ready to start setting and achieving some small goals. I just want to get some regular workouts in and make sure I'm eating healthy for the baby!

Monday - Summer Sanders Prenatal Workout
Tuesday - Prenatal Yoga
Wednesday - Walking
Thursday - Prenatal Workout
Friday - Prenatal Yoga
Saturday - Walking

My eating goals are to eat within my pregnancy calorie range and only eat one sugary snack a day, preferably after dinner.

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  • JUSTDUCKY1405
    Where's some pregger pics. You gotta be sporting a little baby belly by now? I cant wait to see pictures of her... or him... but her came to mind almost naturally... lol.
    3173 days ago
  • FRIZGIRL
    oh, and glad you are feeling better. It's hard to stay active when you're sick and exhausted. I think I was sick (not morning sickness, but the flue, stomach bug, fever, etc) the whole first 12 weeks. Then I have had an amazing rest of pregnancy! Have you felt the baby move yet? It's probably still too early. I think I was around 16 weeks... but it's definitely one of the best parts of being pregnant!
    3229 days ago
  • FRIZGIRL
    Great goals! (especially the one sugary snack one... that's tough!) I got a prenatal yoga DVD and am so excited to try it tomorrow!
    3229 days ago
  • HOTDEENOW
    How exciting, that seems very do-able!
    3248 days ago
  • KARBIE18
    Sounds like a good, gentle plan. Way to go for taking good care of both of you!!

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    3250 days ago
  • *FITBUNNY*
    I'm 14 weeks. Finally in the second trimester!
    3250 days ago
  • EYES_ON_THEPRAZ
    Glad to hear you're taking care of yourself and feeling better - how many weeks along are you?
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    3250 days ago
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