how much do u all weigh now?

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  1. 21Rach

    21Rach Mum & TTC

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    or how much have u put on in lbs?

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  2. Kelz22

    Kelz22 Well-Known Member

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    I have put on about 8 or 9 pounds so far.Im told the weight will start pilling on from around now though.xxx
     
  3. chuck

    chuck Well-Known Member

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    I've put on 6kgs...so about 13lbs just under a stone, I was told at 36 weeks that about 2.4 kg of that was baby.
     
  4. BeccaMichelle

    BeccaMichelle Mummy of 2

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    I'm 32 weeks and I've only put on 13 lbs from my pre-pregnancy weight... but I did lose almost 10 at the start.. so theoretically it could be more like 23lbs.. but I'm going to continue measuring with the pre-preg weight. :) Here's my little graph. My decrease at the start probably would have looked more gradual but I was too busy being sick to weigh myself :D
     

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    Kelz22 Well-Known Member

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    Thats really good for 39 weeks pregnant! xxx
     
  6. bekkie

    bekkie Mommy Due Sept 20

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    you all suck :lol: I've put on about 40lbs *shrug*
     
  7. WTTMommy

    WTTMommy Mama to Rach

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    8 lbs as of a week ago.
     
  8. Pinkfly

    Pinkfly Mum of 2 boys & Pink bump

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    Hi

    I put on 4stone with my first and second pregnancies and after always being no more than 8 stone you can imagine how much I ballooned!!
    This time Im just under 9 stone people keep saying it looks just like I need to go to the toilet...:wacko:

    (31 weeks)
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  9. Noodles

    Noodles Mummy to two boys!

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    I was weighed 2 weeks ago and I have gained 2 stone (28 lbs) I WILL NOT be getting on the scales again for a long time!
     
  10. BeccaMichelle

    BeccaMichelle Mummy of 2

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    awww *hugs* don't worry!! In my opinion that's more normal! I was already about 25lbs overweight when I got pregnant so my body didn't need anymore baby padding!
     
  11. Snoopy

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    Ok, you guys are making me feel hellishly fat!!

    I've gone from 50kg pre-pregnancy (around 7st 10), to 55kg (around 8.5st) at my 10 week booking app....and now I weigh a horrifying 72kg (over 11st!)!!

    My MW seems to think I'm not having a big baby....:shrug:
     
  12. bekkie

    bekkie Mommy Due Sept 20

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    thanks :) I definitely didn't do what I had wanted to do though and exercise throughout - :sleep: was much more appealing lol - have the rest of my life to lose it though :) and hubby has put on just as much as I have so it evens out LOL
     
  13. Makeda17

    Makeda17 expecting baby no.2

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    i woz 7 stone pre pregnancy. Im now 8st 9lbs. I thinks thats around 10/11 kg. im still as tiny as ever, only thing thats really got bigger is bump
     
  14. littledancer

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    I've put on 30 lbs. so far My midwife and GP assure me that since I was a little underweight to start off with, that this is totally fine and normal.

    I, on the other hand, would like to hide in a corner and cry.
     
  15. Dream.A.Dream

    Dream.A.Dream Mum to 6yo and WTT #2!

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    I'm not sure what I weigh now, about 4 weeks ago though I weighed 3lbs less than I did pre preg. I have been horrendously sick my whole pregnancy though, so I think this is why. Along with the fact I was probably a little overweight to begin with xx
     
  16. DaisyBee

    DaisyBee Mom of 2

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    I am a bigger girl & didnt need to gain much with pregnancy - but did anyway! It was piling on after I stopped working & went on semi-bed rest. So total in pregnancy I gained 32 lbs! Well my baby only weighed 5 lbs 14 oz... weighed myself 1 1/2 weeks after she was born & I had already lost 19 lbs. And I am mostly formula feeding - only pumping a few times a day to ween off of it gradually. So not losing the 500 calories a day with breastfeeding.
     
  17. Nix

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    I am exactly the same weight as before i was pregnant. Its very odd as with my son and daughter i put on around 3 stone with each. Not complaining though xx
     
  18. littledancer

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    God I hope this is the case with me- I am PRAYING lol...

    I keep hearing stories from women who say they only lost about 7 lbs. at birth!!! WTF??
     
  19. Mize1982

    Mize1982 Mya-My gift from God!

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    i've put on 17.6 pounds so 1 stone 3lbs
     
  20. lizardbreath

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    I gained 30 in total when i was pregnant with my Daughter i weighted 125 went down to 120 after being SO sick and then went up to 150
     

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