Pregnancy Weight Gain

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  1. Aug 22, 2018 #1

    LifelongFA

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    I fondly remember observing a young co-worker (we were both in our early 20s at the time) grow from about a size 16-18 to somewhere around a 26-28 during her pregnancy. It was very exciting to see her having to wear new clothes almost weekly to witness her curves beautifully expanding almost daily. I can happily report running into her a few years ago and noticing that she kept most, if not all, that lovely weight on.
     
  2. Aug 22, 2018 #2

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    That sounds so familiar! Wife was 160 when we met, got pregnant a few times and now weighs over 400 pounds!
     
  3. Aug 23, 2018 #3

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    It is magical to see the hips expand and the breast swell during this time. Seen it many times since the situation described above, just never so rapid and dramatic.
     
  4. Aug 25, 2018 #4

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    it is fantastic when they get comfortable during pregnancy, eat a lot, then find it just too hard and pointless to diet and go back to the old figure, new baby, new mom, new figure, should be made a law !
     
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    Some gain a lot .... many don't gain much at all. Appreciate it if it happens, but don't count on it!
     
  6. Sep 13, 2018 #6

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    I gained 50 pounds easy in my first pregnancy. I was so hungry back then. baby making is serious work. :)
     
  7. Dec 18, 2018 #7

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    I met my boyfriend weighting 135 lbs, six month later, I found out I was pregnant and my first weight in was 159 lbs. At week 31, I had already gained 34lbs and then I hurt my ankle and was pretty much unable to walk for the rest of my pregnancy, resulting in a overall 89lbs of gained weight. So... in about fifteen months I packed on 113 lbs. That was 3 years ago and I haven’t lost an ounce. Quite the contrary. I pretty much embraced my new, round shape.
     
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    I think there is nothing hotter than watching an attractive pregnant woman pack on the pounds beyond what is a normal weight gain for pregnancy. And then seeing her after the birth and she is still lusciously fat from head to toe and keeping the weight or adding to it. So hot!
     
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    I do to love to see pregnant women get bigger in the stomach both by the baby/babies coming and by getting fatter by eating fattening foods while pregnant, and stay fatter after the baby/babies come.
     
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