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Comment by Ann Harrison on June 6, 2008 at 6:41pm
Hey Elisa!
I'm happy to join.
I don't have a toddler at home any more, but encouraging yourself to move is a challenge no matter how old your kids are, right?
I finally got myself in gear when I saw myself in our Christmas photos. Yikes! (Do you remember that commercial where the mom, in her red robe, is bending over by the Christmas tree and her young daughter sees her behind and says "Santa!". Yep. That was me. And it has to go away.)
I've been working on it since January!
Comment by Elisa on June 6, 2008 at 6:23pm
Hi! Elisa here - I'm working on losing my baby weight... well, more like toddler weight, really - and then some! Let's discuss things like: eating regular, well balanced meals while taking care of young kids, making time for exercise, or just a home-pedicure, with a toddler at home! I'm sure we can all relate :-)
 

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