I’m still able to fit into my pre-pregnancy stuff (yippee!) although probably not as easily as I did before. And I still prefer wearing leggings right now (because who wouldn’t choose elastic waist band pants?).
While I’m trying not to focus too much on my weight, I still weigh myself about every other day. My weight has pretty much stabilized around a certain number (that is about 5 lbs higher than I’d like it to be) but this morning it appeared that I had dropped some pounds. I won’t get too happy about it. I attribute that sort of weight loss to poop. But – I thought it was time to snap another belly photo to see if I see a difference from my previous belly photo.
Here I am (photo taken this morning by Jeremy):
Here I was 3 weeks ago:
I think there is a slight difference. It isn’t much but I’ll take it. And I guess the fact that I can fit into pre-pregnancy jeans is proof that my belly has gone down.
I’ve kept up with running 3 times a week and was pretty stoked when I ran 4 miles on Sunday. My Tuesday and Thursday runs were on a treadmill (a 5k and 3.5 miles) so nothing exciting there.
Now back to fashion. I kind of rushed through my last fashion post because I didn’t have much time to blog (I’m on the schedule of an infant now!). But right now I’ve been loving maxi dresses. However, I don’t know if I could pull this off. Maxi dresses are tricky. I feel like you have to be model thin to look fabulous in one or you risk looking like you’re wearing a tent.
I really like this dress from Old Navy:
I worry about the fact that I couldn’t wear a bra with it. Who would have thought that the president of the tiny ta-tas club would ever find herself in a position that she required a bra? That’s what breastfeeding gets you. Boobs.
Oh and Old Navy keeps sending me sale notices on maternity clothes. Do they think that women are pregnant FOREVER? Seriously, Old Navy. I was ordering maternity clothes from you over the summer. It is time to stop sending me maternity promotions.
I also kind of love this junior’s dress from Target. However, the fact that it is a junior’s dress makes me think that I’m a bit too old for it. But I like that you can wear a bra with it.
Do I risk looking like a middle school art teacher in these dresses?
Oh and off topic – I’m in search of a good sports bra. Previously I didn’t need to worry about good support (you know, since I’ve got tiny ta-tas) – but recently my boobs having been HURTING during my runs. I need a good sports bra. Recommendations?