8/23/14 Katie's Healthy Eating Journal: Monday

by Katie (Jenny Craig 2009 Poster Girl) 24. August 2013 09:57

Today I had a training class for a new program from 9-2:30.  It seems as if in the morning I have more energy.  By about 2 yesterday I was done for!  I could hardly focus; I just kept wondering when it would be time to go home because I was so exhausted.  We were sitting in little kindergarten chairs and in order to view the book we were following I had to sit hunched over.  This meant that my entire uterus was being crushed for several hours.  I couldn't get comfortable and the baby certainly wasn't either.  How do I know this?  It felt painful down there and he kept jabbing me with extreme frequency.  I keep wondering; if I didn't hardly have enough energy to sit and listen all day how will I survive for the next month working all day AND trying to entertain/teach children?  The next month will certainly be interesting.  Is is normal for most women by 8 1/2 months to feel the "GET HIM OUT" syndrome?  I know it's healthier for him to stay but wow, is it horribly uncomfortable.  I'm starting to feel like I'll never feel normal nor have my body back again!


Breakfast - 

3/4 cup Bran with 1/4 cup organic raisins

1 cup fat-free organic milk

Lunch - 

2 slices whole wheat, approximately 3 oz. turkey, lettuce, tomato

Snack - 

Fat-free yogurt


Dinner - 

2 1/2 oz. Laura's Lean Beef Burger with lettuce and tomato on whole wheat bun

Snack -

None; wasn't feeling well

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