I am down to 133 which is 2 pounds less than my pre-pregnancy weight. I still would like to get down to about 120/125, but I’m not going to kill myself doing it. It is hard to find time to exercise and watch what I eat while trying to work and take care of a baby who is going nonstop.
Another $300 gone! I paid off my hospital bill from having my baby last Feb. At least it’s gone before he turns one.
I have re added this goal because I have been really bad about drinking water lately. It has been sodas all the time and it is really bad for me. I need to lose some weight too and I think cutting back on the soda and drinking more water will help a lot with that.
I have been putting this off for years and hopefully this is “the year” that I finally complete this goal. MY DH wants to do one in the spring, so maybe I can get motivated to do it too.
I’m marking this as done because even though I have had some good and bad times since my last entry, things are really good in my life right now. I did battle with some PPD after my little one was born earlier this year, but things seem to be going better now. DH and I still have some problems, but doesn’t everybody? Overall, my life is pretty damn good. I have a husband that I love and who loves me, we have a wonderful 17 year old son who is a really good kid, an 11 month old baby that amazes me daily, good jobs, a home and food in the fridge. I am truly blessed and finally at a place in life where I can say that I am happy.
Just did a rough count and was astounded to see that we only have about $3500 left plus about $2500 on the car! I am so excited right now!
Well we did end up buying my DH a truck after my last post and that pushed this goal back some. Hoping to be done early in the coming year. I am settling with one credit card and am using my Christmas bonus to get rid of a couple of other bills. Hopefully by March we will be just about done with the car and be able to just start putting money into savings.
I started my dental work a couple of months ago. I am already $1500 in and still have some work to get done(this is with insurance). My bridge will be finished on Jan. 3rd and then I will start on the cavities. I think that is about all that needs to be done, but I still have several cavities, so we are looking at a few hundred dollars more still.
I have been working on this goal for years and am finally finished. I rushed it a little at the end, but it gives me a great sense of accomplishment.
My life being on track.
Things are really looking up. We are getting financially secure finally, our son will be 1 in Feb., and my life in general has been good. I love when things are on track.
Having a job.
I complain about working a lot, but I am really lucky to have a semi easy, steady job that pays well. Many people are out of work so I shouldnt complain about something that a lot of people would love to have right now.
I love driving in my car listening to podcasts.
My little one sleeping through the night in his crib.
I have my bed back!
Having all my household chores done.
It doesn’t happen much since my son was born, so I really cherish “me” time these days.
Watching my son learn new things every day.
Well, I made it the 6 months and my little one is almost 8 months now. He has had some formula, but it has always been mixed with breast milk. He doesn’t really ike the formula too much, but at least he takes enough to take a weight off of me. He is also eating more solids now too. I guess I’ll try to make it to a year, but I just don’t know yet. The pediatrician was more than happy with how far we a had made it at the 6 month point, so I guess I can be round of myself now.
We have made it a little over 5 months already. Little one will be 6 months on August 1st and I’m not sure if I even want to stop then. It is still a little overwhelming at times, but I think I will miss the bond a lot when I do stop and I’m just not ready for that yet. No matter what I don’t plan on going past a year.
I just finished my 3 month goal and now I’m going for 6 months. There were a few times during the first 3 months that it seemed a little overwhelming, but we made it and things have gotten a lot easier and we have a great routine going. I am so proud that I can give this gift to my little one.
Well, I’ve made it 3 months and my little one has had no formula. I originally thought I would need to supplement with formula when I went back to work, but I have been able to pump enough for him to have only breast milk. I am so proud of this accomplishment. I am now going to try for 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding. He may need to start solids before 6 months if the doctor says so, but hopefully no formula. I love that I am able to give hi the best start possible.