Not Pregnant . . . Just Fat. Thanks for Asking

Not Pregnant . . . Just Fat. Thanks for Asking

After having my last baby, I have struggled to lose weight. Is it fair to still call it baby weight when the baby is five years old?
Being overweight hasn’t bothered me as much as I thought it would. For most of my life, I was really thin. I was pretty close to being anorexic, except that I was not an exercise fanatic. Food and I were not friends. Sometime after having kids, we became best friends. We were like a pair of toxic friends that gets in trouble with the law on a regular basis. Popcorn is my best friend and worst enemy. So many carbs.
I’m not thrilled when people ask me when the baby is due. Some people feel really bad about it. They probably feel worse than I do, which is weird.
I wasn’t even worried about going to my class reunion as a larger version of myself. So far, I still look young and I have my own teeth. No one should have their cake and eat it too. It seems greedy. I love cake – the food, not the band. There is a piece of cake downstairs that I might introduce myself too.

β€œJust a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.


  1. πŸ™‚ … I am happy that you are really confident and happy with yourself, people makes comment whether someone is thin or fat, black or white , all the people can do is .. COMMENTING AND THEN FINDING A NEW STORY TO COMMENT.
    but anyway …. it will be really nice if you stay fit and energetic.. Fatness can sometime harm our health in many ways. Keep this in your consideration and enjoy your every day.
    May Allah bless you

    1. I agree. I have been able to maintain a weight instead of gaining. I walk a lot. But I still need to do some exercising. πŸ™‚ Also need some motivation or an exercise partner. Thanks for commenting.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: