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SEAJESS SparkPoints: (37,074)
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12/6/11 1:30 A

Yes, I'm definitely grateful for healthy and active! Just wouldn't mind not having the belly bouncing around with me. But if it's my fate, I"m not complaining.

MULEDOGGIE SparkPoints: (42,985)
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12/5/11 8:55 P

I've decided that belly or no belly what I want is to be healthy and active. What my body looks like isn't near as important to me as it used to be. Thanks to SP!

Jeff

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,102
12/5/11 6:02 P

I still may reduce as you lose weight...
but it sure seems like you may have a genetic disposition to that!

Of course, there's always surgery....

Edited by: LUANN_IN_PA at: 12/5/2011 (18:02)
SEAJESS SparkPoints: (37,074)
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12/5/11 4:52 P

Will I have this belly for the rest of my life?

I remember my aunts joking when I was a teen that when you get older your butt moves to your belly and you need to buy elastic waist pants and wear them with the tag in front. It does seem to be a family characteristic.

Now that I'm there myself I'm wondering whether there is something I can do to fight this or do I need to make friends with my little heap o' jelly?

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