Understanding Laura

I am a crunchy oddball with too many ideas and too little time. Do you get me now?

Thursday, December 10, 2009

The Naked Truth

If you're feeling like I am - then join me in an honest picture post.

Honestly, this is what my children see all day long.
It's who I've become, but not who I want to be.

Look at that poor sad girl...


  • At 10:21 AM, Anonymous auntie em said…

    I love you no matter what your size, and so do your kids. That being said, I'm proud of your hard working attitude! You've done it before so I know you can do it again.

    I lost so much weight the first trimester that I got used to it and now I've just been staying the same and I'll start to gain any day now I think and I'm seriously terrified. Because I know weight gain = postpartum chubbers. Even when I was losing weight the baby bump was getting bigger so why can't I keep losing and the baby keep getting bigger? That would be great. Good thing I get a cute baby girl at the end of this.

  • At 5:09 PM, Blogger nej said…

    Do you know how many kids would rather have a happy, smiley mom than a skinny mom? ALL OF THEM!

  • At 10:50 PM, Blogger heather said…

    I don't see poor sad girl. I see my upbeat hardworking friend. You are a great mom. I also just finished the bag of cookies Rose ran like a maniac with in the commissary. Oops. Since you are good at feeding Kellie healthy, eat what she eats. It works for me till nap time when I binge on cookies and chips. Self control is HARD!! I may take your challenge myself, I'm about that far from 150 as well...=)

  • At 3:47 PM, Anonymous Ruth Peterson said…

    Our babies don't care how we look. They love us unconditionally anyway...for now.


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