I have to agree, I think the extra lbs really agree with her :)
Thank you guys. I am in a "normal" BMI range, so I think that it's cool since it's healthy. I just worry since it's normal to put on weight as we age that I'll be back in an unhealthy range if I don't have a buffer. I do think it looks ok, but I'd prefer to be a bit lower before I start trying to hvae a baby so I can put on baby weight and still have a healthy delivery. That's my thinking in my baby obsessed mind. I wouldn't mind staying the same weight though or even putting on some so long as I'm healthy.
details details... ;) I understand the worry. Always my biggest fear when I lost it was that I would gain it back, makes you obsessive.
Well for most of us it's a well founded fear.
When I was in Belize snorkeling there was this woman who brought up Oprah and her "regain" of 40lbs and said, "Shut up about it. I mean, you could have caught it when it was 5lbs!" Ha. Now that is obsessed. But I suppose there are points on both sides.
I have of course transfered all my fears onto my daughters... which now have issues with food and weight I fear we all need counseling! ahhhhh
One of my girls is now seeing three doctors, one at childrens, and nutritionist, and a pcychiatrist trying to undo all damage done by the unrealistic body image that is placed on women..she plumited to under 100 lbs, and I was thrilled..she lost weight..look how thin my daughter is? ... danger! I am afraid the vast majority of us are just screwed up.