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SCRAPPINPOLLY SparkPoints: (83,133)
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5/16/13 2:41 P

Hi and welcome to Spark People! It's great to have you here! I wish you all the best on your journey!!

Co-leader Gastric Bypass Sparklers Team
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Co-leader SP Class of November 10-16, 2013
Co-leader SP Class of March 24-30, 2013
Co-leader SP Class of June 23-29, 2013

RNY date: 4/9/2012
Initial weight: 508
Consult weight: 482.2
Pre-op weight: 420
4DSMOMOF2 Posts: 5
5/16/13 8:54 A

Son took over an hour to get to sleep but he slept thru the night. I just read a bit then went to sleep. Managed to avoid the random snacking. Thanks for the support. What a great site this is.

FIT4MEIN2013 SparkPoints: (139,650)
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Posts: 4,985
5/15/13 10:29 P

Ugh! Nights are always the worst! You can do it!

Jaynee-Pacific Time Goal reached with 130# loss, 138# total loss

Exercise, eat, track, repeat!!

4DSMOMOF2 Posts: 5
5/15/13 8:49 P

It's difficult to deal with two children especially when one is autistic. He has already had his bath and he keeps yelling for bath time. The other has just gotten out of the tub and just needs to yell for where her pajamas are and thus such. Couldn't come to ask. At the end of the day I cant wait for bedtime. I just hope that they go to sleep. My autistic child is not a good sleeper and can sometimes take up to an hour with me needing to sing to him to get him to sleep. After is when I have the cravings for junk food. I definitely am an emotional eater.

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