WW Week 3

I just finished up week 3 of Weight Watchers!
I wrote in another post that I wasn't expecting to lose any weight but I checked today and I had, well.. I checked twice actually.  I checked this morning around 7 and weighed 133.5, but then I had to feed Morgan (and pee) and I checked after that and was 132.6! I must've been filled with milk and pee haha. So naturally I'm totally saying I weigh 132.

I started the week at 134 point something. so we'll just say I lost somewhere between 1.5 and 2 pounds. Which is good! I would post a picture but I did that a few days ago, I'll get better about taking a picture each week!

I actually struggled this week with tracking my points so I wasn't really thinking I would lose anything but I was good about just watching what I was eating and eating a smaller portion if it wasn't something  crazy healthy. 

So here we start week 4 at 132! (.6.... hahaha)


We are going back home on Wednesday for a wedding and we have fall break, so we're really not looking forward to a 9 hour drive with an 8 week old baby.  We are being optimistic though!  But we also realize it will probably take us an extra couple hours since we'll have to stop for her sometimes. So this week we are just packing and getting everything ready for our fun trip home! We're excited to show off our new little cutie :)

Happy Monday!

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