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I've wanted this ever since I started gaining...

I've wanted this ever since I started gaining weight 12 years ago. Well, after two years of working hard, 6-7 days a week in the gym, I lost100 lbs and got my body fat to 20%. As most who are getting this procedure or who are considering it, you know all the exercise in the world won;t get rid of that hanging skins so here we go! I am excited but nervous. I have heard all the horror stories about clots and wound issues with healing, etc. This board has been invaluable for the many on here who have shared their feelings and those who have already gone through it and offered their suggestions and tips. I am still forging ahead and can't wait to be one of the contributors who has been there!

So I don't post so regularly but I have to tell...

So I don't post so regularly but I have to tell you, I am getting more anxious as I get closer. Pre-op changed again (my crazy schedule) to 9/21 and surgery is 10/4. I am going to be doing this a lot on my own. I love my friends to death but honestly, think the peeps here are not cut out for this-my northern friends are pros at plastic surgery post-op-friend -care, but not this group. They are more the "are you crazy, do you realize the risks, people die from this" group. I am hiring some home health care for a few days and getting a walker, shower chair, and conceded on renting the recliner. I still can't wait to do this though. I have worked so hard at getting the weight off and in my weight training; this will be the final piece (well, maybe boobs next year).

Had my pre-op today. My PS said I could continue...

Had my pre-op today. My PS said I could continue on all supps except Vitamin E and fish oil (and the fat burners of course). No showering for 3-5 days.
Everything else was staus quo info.Got my questions answered and then went for my bloodwork and diagnostics.
My "nurse" was a little new and stabbed me in 3 different places trying to get blood. After stabbing number 3 I made her get someone else. Then my EKG was abnormal (she didn;t connect one of the leads) and finally, my blood pressure was high. Small wonder.
So now I have to monitor it for two weeks prior to surgery, twice a day or they won't do the surgery. It isn't usually high but I did take a fat burner this morning and had a cup of coffee on my way to the appointment-lol, nd she aggrevated me.
They won't give the prescriptions in advance since S. Fla is the pill capital of the country and they are controlled substances, so have to wait until day of. Got my binder and am looking on line for the other garments.
Hired a home health aid for the first few days as I just don't like depending on people but if I have to I would rather it be a professional.
Have everything else and I guess I am ready. Not nervous, just not looking forward to the recovery, being out of the gym, being still-that kind of down time so doesn't suit my personailty, but oh well!

As posted Friday, had my pre-op and my BP was high...

As posted Friday, had my pre-op and my BP was high. Well it has remained high all through the weekend. Not sure what's going on but will be seeing my PCP this week and the PS rescheduled for another two weeks out to try and figure out what's going on and go back on BP meds if needed. Sux. But better safe, right?

I was admiring my booty today in the window of a...

I was admiring my booty today in the window of a shop next to work. Just kind of caught a glimpse and had to stop to admire - lol. I have literally been working that ass in the gym twice a week-heavy squats, heavy stiff legged dead lifts, heavy leg curls and heavy leg press, to grow and shape that booty, and it has worked. Now I will be out of the gym and not lifting heavy for what, 3 months? And it will probably drop like a stone-again.
All my goodies came today! Two more compression garments (black and beige), my toilet seat riser, some pads for the bed and the shower chair. I ended returning the walker because my trainer loaned me his, plus a cane. Bigger comfy clothes, wedge pillow, and various medicinals. Now appt with PCP tomorrow to get this blood pressure down, since it's still up there, and we should be good to go. Fingers crossed!

So I went ahead and postponed my TT due to the...

So I went ahead and postponed my TT due to the "HIGH" blood pressure reading the nurse was getting at my PS's office during my preop. I ought a BP monitor and it was reading on the high side too. Friday I met with my PCP and y BP is absolutely PERFECT. She took it 4 times and her nurse took it 3 before that-all by hand and all perfect, not even a glimmer of high. I brought my BP monitor with me and they used it a couple of times and it was off by like 20 point so she said obviously defective. As to the office BPs she suggested the nurse may had some issues and that the PS contact her o confer if he felt a need but she had absolutely no qualms about clearing me for surgery. I keep telling myself better safe but now I wait for two and a half more weeks but will go into it knowing that i am quite healthy.
I am sooooo ready.

Getting anxious-I have friends telling me I should...

Getting anxious-I have friends telling me I should accept myself as I am (I do), give myself credit for all the hard work I have put in and the results I've gotten (hell yeah, I do), how can I risk my life for something "so superficial?" (meh), how can I place so much of my self-worth in my appearance (um, I don't).
Yes, all GOOD thoughts, huh? It's amazing to me that everyone thinks they have a right to an opinion, even when unsolicited, and the negativity.
Of course I have questioned myself because I don't take this lightly. It is major surgery with risks. I will need to return to work in 2-1/2 weeks, I will be out of the gym for some time (that scares me most) and I'm pretty much on my own down here. My emotions are up and down, just like everyone else, everyday. Should I cancel and lose my deposit, should I postpone further? Yep,several times a day. Ultimately, I will go forward, hope for the best and deal with whatever may come. I still think it will be worth it.

Had my final leg workout tonight and as I was...

Had my final leg workout tonight and as I was doing squats, for which I have a fierce love/hate relationship, I was becoming almost wistful thinking "I won't be doing this for a few moths" and how much they are going to suk when I go back to doing them and am basically starting all over. I need to stop reading all the other posts outside of this forum because they are making me second guess myself. So far everyone here has had a pretty good recovery it seems but some on the other forums have had horrendous issues/complications - so only good stuff, only good! Today I made a HUGE pot of chicken soup and froze it. I make my own to control the sodium since all the prepared varieties have a dump truck's worth in each serving. I have stockpiled plenty of food and healthy snacks-crackers, ginger candy, ginger ale, SF puddings and Jell-o and the soup for first few days when my appetite may be funky as well as my stomach. Got the MOM and Colace but I may just hit the MOM because that's what seems to do the trick for everyone-lol. I am most worried about the nausea because I get SO sick from pain meds and the anti-nausea drugs don't help. I can't imagine getting sick after this surgery. Ok, I am projecting so going to bed now. Nothing left to buy or do-just work and wait.

Wow-got my call to be there @ 7 AM. I am first....

Wow-got my call to be there @ 7 AM. I am first. Yippeee! I am surprisingly calm. Had today off and ran some last minute fluff errands. Doing laundry now, went grocery shopping. I-Am-Ready. Couple of Xanax before bed and I'll be even more ready. Wish me luck!

Okay, I can't see any of the comments any of you...

Okay, I can't see any of the comments any of you posted yesterday. What is up with this site? Kimmers?? Anyway, I made it!! Pain is not so bad and I haven't taken any pain meds. I was SO nauseous after I woke up and they said the anesthesiologist only put half the norm of pain meds in the IV because I am so sensitive so the pain upon waking was quite a jolt. The worse I have had is really about a 4-entirely tolerable and I am not sick. Tylenol and Valium. Getting up and down from seated position (the toilet) is fine; getting in and out of bed a challenge but I have mastered it. Coughing? Excruciating! Blowing y nose? Impossible! Sneezing? Hasn't happened yet thank God. Have first post-op today. Right now I am sitting and that is uncomfortable so going back to bed. Had breakfast (Fiber One) and banana. I have quite an appetite (prob because I am not nauseous). Hopefully I can see your comments later but thanks and best to all who went yesterday and are going today. Oh yeah, NO shower until drains are OUT :(
Doc, nurses, anesthesiologist were all great! couldn't ask for a better team.

Yeah, so ready to give Caregiver the boot. Very...

Yeah, so ready to give Caregiver the boot. Very sweet but she's been hogging my couch and all my communications are in the LR-TV, laptop so she needs to go. Doing most for myself only problem is picking up the cat dishes so the lil baby will be eating on the DR table for a few days. She's doing some laundry now then we're going to drug store for more Tylenol and an extra pair of those sexy white compression stockings. I am eating normal, still no BM which I am surprised since I am not taking pain meds. If not by this afternoon, out comes the MOM. I want to blow my nose so bad and it HURTS! I feel like there's a small rodent in there and i can't clear it. I am really surprised by how tolerable the pain has been. I guess because I didn't do much lipo? He did give me more Valium and stronger so I took one of those before bed and then had a nightmare where I was screaming no,no,no and woke the poor aide up. Knocked me out though. I may have to clue the neighbors in since our walls are paper thin, so they don;t think I am being murdered in case it happens again. So far, worth every dollar, ache, pain and anxiety ridden minute.

Yeah-I thought I was on top of everything. And I...

Yeah-I thought I was on top of everything. And I guess subconsciously because I wasn't taking pain meds and I was eating, didn't think I would need it. W-R-O-N-G! Yes I had a BM and it was the most prolonged, excruciating part of this whole freaking procedure. TMI but this is the only place I can discuss where others understand. OMG, I prayed more in that bathroom then I did before the surgery. Need less to say, I popped one as soon as I crawled out of the bathroom.

My PS didn't say I couldn't take it off-he said if...

My PS didn't say I couldn't take it off-he said if it bunches up, pull it down and if it cuts too low, pull it up. I want to do some pics tomorrow but I'm afraid I won;t be able to get it back on right. I guess I can wait until next post-op on Monday.

I removed the binder-what a beatch that...

I removed the binder-what a beatch that was-getting all that packing back in and the cat wanting to help.

'nuff said

'nuff said

Had second post op today w/PA and she took one out...

Had second post op today w/PA and she took one out. See the PS on Thurs and the other will go then. Was a piece of cake- didn't feel a thing it was so fast. Said I can remove the binder here and there for short periods, NO ice at all and no ibuprofen until the other drain is out.

Had my 3rd PO visit today. PS decided to leave the...

Had my 3rd PO visit today. PS decided to leave the one drain in as he thinks it is draining enough still to warrant it (his PA wanted to take both out on Monday). He also said no sitting and I said I only sit at the table to eat and he said he doesn't even want me doing that. So.....recline and choke?? He said all is healing quite nicely though. Took the strips off and said gauze and bacitracin if I feel like it's dry. Still no shower or ibuprofen until the last drain is gone. I am walking perfectly straight however and really, no pain. Still compression stockings if I am lying around the house but if I go to the store and am walking I can leave them home. Next visit is Monday.

Scar lookin' a little gruesome

Scar lookin' a little gruesome

Second drain came out today-yay! Shower in the AM....

Second drain came out today-yay! Shower in the AM. Feeling pretty much myself. Do all my errands in the AM and veg in the afternoon to minimize swelling. My thighs are a full 2" bigger since the surgery. Waist varies from 1-2". I can't worry about that though because it is part of the process and I anticipated 6 months of variables. One more week off from work but honesty, this has been way less of a hassle than I anticipated. No back aches. no prob sleeping on my back or in my bed, no pain pills. I really think being so strong and in such good physical shape prior to, helped a lot. Everyone is different though I guess. Anyway, I see PS again Friday and then it will be every two weeks. Hopefully he wll give me okay to start some cardio week 3. In the mean time, walking to the beach every night and back (it's finally Fall in S. FLA). Be safe Northerners!

S-H-O-W-E-R! 13 days - and it was as amazing as I...

S-H-O-W-E-R! 13 days - and it was as amazing as I dreamed it would be. The CG on the other hand? Ugh. Do you all still use gauze or ABD pads across your incision (or something to cover it under the CG)?
And my waist, abs and hips are bigger tahn before the surgery. I know it's swellling and I don't feel swollen but, yeah, 2-3" bigger.

Just curious who IS wearing one, do you wear all...

Just curious who IS wearing one, do you wear all day and then switch to binder, what kind you're wearing (mid thigh, brief, etc).

Yesterday was two weeks-time flies! Thought I had...

Yesterday was two weeks-time flies! Thought I had a seroma developing since I had this little lump that moved on my belly (since drain #2 came out)> He thought maybe and did try to sapirate it but nothing came out so that was good. Told me I could wear just my binder and skip the girdle or wear both (fixated on the binder over the girdle). Wants to see me next week and if no fluid then I can maybe start light cardio @ gym. Said all is healing well-no scar therapy yet and he only recommends Vit E oil but not yet. Can do light lymphatic drainage massage myself and then if Tues or Weds no further "pockets" have developed I can get a pro lymphatic massage. I feel great and go back to work on Monday! Yay! I am bored and my boss is frazzled.

So now I am a little freaked out. Yesterday, PO...

So now I am a little freaked out. Yesterday, PO told me to start using some soap on my hands over the incision. and around it, lightly in the shower. Today I did a lot of "sitting" and not recliing. I use maxi pads over the incision because he said he still wants the extra compression. Just went to the BR and when I pulled the pad out one had a quite a bit of spotting on it. Again. the side where drain came out Monday -but had a lot scabbing too and some came off. Normal? I've had nothng leak in 2 weeks.

Wow, time flies! Had 3 week post-op today. Got the...

Wow, time flies! Had 3 week post-op today. Got the ok to go back to the gym. WOO-HOO! Limited cardio, treadmill but he said I can do longer strides and use some speed but no running or incline. Weights, arms and some chest. Standing, sitting or lying on bench-but be conscious of not using the abs (hah! that means light). No legs, no abs. Healing well he said. I am a little concerned about my BB because it still looks like there is a wad of gum stuck in there but he said it will recede more on its own so no marble or anything yet. No scar therapy yet. See him again in 2 weeks. Picked up 2 new garments at Walmart-cute (if that's even possible), snug, and cheap.
Other than getting tired by 3 at work and hitting the bed at 9, I feel great! New pics maybe this weekend if I get to it. Hope everyone is healing well and getting back to some sort of normal.

3-1/2 weeks post-op. Doing well according to PS....

3-1/2 weeks post-op. Doing well according to PS. Went back to gym Saturday and played with little weights. Went Sunday and walked on the treadmill. Haven't been since because it feels like a freaking waste of time. I have to pack into my CG, I still have padding around the scar for extra compression. I wore the binder too per his instructions and was sweating like a man. I am feeling tremendously inconvenienced this week. Pulling off a CG to pee at work, which is often (and a nail or two in the process and they're mine), laying in that dumb recliner at work, being tired like in a blink and my sugar cravings are crazy (oh yeah, getting my period too and it's been every few months for a year, now of course it will be regular and monthly because I need just a little MORE swelling). Glad I don't have the hubby or BF sniffing around because I would likely behead him. Just venting but I'm over it.

Time flies! Glad I let a few weeks go by before...

Time flies! Glad I let a few weeks go by before taking new pics. Can still see some swelling, BB looking good and scar is fading and flattening nicely, with no scar treatment yet.

Haven't seen my PS for 3 weeks. Got the ok to...

Haven't seen my PS for 3 weeks. Got the ok to start Vitamin E for my scar. He snipped a few random stitches that were sticking out. Said I am still a little bloated at the top. Still can't do legs at the gym. At first he said no, then said I could do some extensions. I asked about body weight squats at least and he said ok. Then he said he doesn't need to see me for 8 weeks. There is no way I am going to be able to wait another 8 weeks to start adding some weight to my legs. My ass is going to turn into a pancake. I'll go 2-3, and then start with front squats and some DB straight leg deads. I will start some extensions, body weight squats and seated leg curls this weekend and see how it goes.
Anyway, I said it's still really numb up the center.He said that will go away-in about a year, and smiled. I also told him I feel like I am being trussed up from the inside out (tightness). He said that is the muscles reattaching.

Today I wore jeans all day and was crazy uncomfortable. They weren't tight but just sat in the wrong place, especially when I sat.
I could live in my binder. Back to sleeping in it.
Guess that's it. Overall I feel great. Six weeks flew by, I expect the next eight will as well. Hope everyone else is doing well and getting back to normal and in the holiday groove. November TT's take it easy and December TT's Good Luck!
(Oh yeah, sunscreen on the BB or scar if only wearing one layer of clothing. So like just a shirt, BB needs sunscreen. Can't really expose it full on yet. I live at the beach so this sux because I can't show it off-have to wear shorts-boo).

Anyone notice even a hint of loosenig of their...

Anyone notice even a hint of loosenig of their tummy skin? I didn't have a lot of lipo, just s little right dead center above the old BB; no flanks etc. I was sitting on the bed the other day facing my closet and the doors are mirrored I noticed a little bit of what seemed like "slackness." It's still there and I am still swollen so it's weird. It's tight when I stand and when I bend over.

SInce yesterday, I have watched a video and done...

SInce yesterday, I have watched a video and done more reading and can I tell you? I am a little freaked out to think that the results will be less than stellar. I get not perfect and in my mind, not perfect meant a big scar. I did expect skin to be tight. Was I being unrealistic? See pics. If I sit nice and straight you can't see it. It sux to think that I haven't even made it back to the beach yet and I will need to "watch how I sit" again or I will have sag showing, still.
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Update-up TWO sizes now. Still weighing in at 149-152 (was 145 pre-op) but BF is OBVIOUSLY higher. I now have deifnite fat flanks which I did inot have pre-op and why he didn't lipo there, because there wasn't anything. I am in the gym 6 days a week and back at it heavy and hard. Carb cycling, etc and it-will-not-budge. I am def experiencing some serious pre-menopausal symtpoms. Hot flashes, forget about sleeping, moods, so hormones could be playing a part as well although my levels still check within normal range. I have firbroids so GYN will not put me on hormones. VERY frustrated because now I am preparing to lipo the flanks. I wonder where the fat would go next? LOL
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Just watched the Becky video, yikes, hope I stay tight. I will be disappointed if I get that lax.
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yeah, that is really slack. lot of stretch marks too. not sure what she looked like beofre (i.e. how much weight, how long, childbirth, etc).
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Did you ever watch Becky's tummy tuck journey on YouTube? That happened to her too. She did lose some weight, but I did read where a few doctors said that your own skin elasticity plays a huge role in that I'll bit of post op saginess...may not be much that can be done. I expect the same thing to happen to me. You still look great...don't sweat it
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No I haven't see it. I'll go looking. Crap. I mean Iknow I will fill it out some once I start doing ab work again and I have lost some weight (muscle). I just started to increase my calories and carbs in particular, this week as I am starting to work heavier at the gym (mainly chest and arms but heavy since those are the only parts I can work hard without stressing the abs). I am looking to start putting on muscle again as I lost some deifntion during all of this and muscles need food to grow so....crossing my fingers. It's not bad, just took me by surprize. I'll check Becky out on YT. Thanks!
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That is bizarre. She was normal weight, had a baby then 2 years later had twins. Huge stomach, lots of stretch marks. Has the TT a year after the twins and her one year video she is down to like 102 and looks amazing-tight upper and lower abs. Then at 18 months t startst to fall apart?! Geezus! That's really screwed up.
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you are looking.more and more fabulous! your scar is so light alreadY!
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Thanks! Yes it is pretty light but "deepens" when I overdo or like after the gym.
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Looking HOT lady :) our time frame is similar & it's fun to watch the transitions....I hear you on the leg stuff I've been back doing only strength & was able to do squats, lunges & calf raises....upper body VERY low weight as long as I don't engage my core. I'm also swollen in the upper abs but I started my 3 day detox so hoping I deflated a little :) keep up the good work!
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Thanks Rockstar! I am just going to listen to my body. If it doesn't feel right, I won't do it and of course, I won;t be doing heavy but like I have been, easing back into what I can do. On chest, bi', tri's and shoulders, I am back at my previous weights. Back still lighter because when it gets heavy it does engage the core. But I see DB squats in the very near future, maybe some stiff leg deads, just light. I have low back issues and that all helps so I don't want it getting weak again. Maybe I do need detox. I am so gassy and have been since the surgery. Never was before. May have to give it a try. Rock on!
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WOW!! what a difference!!! you look great! congratulations on your transformation.
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Wow! That scar--after only five weeks!?--unbelievable! You are looking even more amazing! Thanks for continuing to update us :D
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i was feeling that way last week at my 3 1/2. feeling better this week. I'd like to point out though, you have a recliner in your office! so jealous. what do you do that you get a recliner in your office?? well, hope this passes quickly!
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bought it! LOL
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you bought a recliner for the office??? i think it is your duty to post a pic for us...
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I haven't quite experienced the same thing but maybe my story will offer you some comfort. At 3 weeks PO an incision on my breast suddenly opened and began to weep. I freaked out thinking I had an infection. Turns out it was "perfectly normal" I treated it with polysporin, neosporin and gauze for 3 days and it has dried out and seems to be closing. So although, not quite the same situation my doctor wasn't at all concerned and it seems to have corrected itself.
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I remember that happening to you. It's just when you think you're kind of done with anything happening, something happens. I think I made it happen though by all teh sitting. Live and learn. Thanks Aussie!
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You look fantastic, but I also wanted to say congratulations at losing 100 pounds and getting to 20 percent body fat. I mean, that is just a stellar achievement, and I know you know that, but most people who lose all that weight definitely do not get to 20 percent body fat. So kudos to you. You deserve every procedure you can afford ;)
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Two-thanks for the comments. I read some of your profile, albeit briefly because my attention span is still not quite back to full throttle. You are so right about working your butt off and thinking about not seeing results because of the "fat" which IS skin. You made a comment that you realized you will not be able took like a fitness model even wth 15% BF...do you want to compete? If not, who cares? You can still have a rockin' body. That whole competition continuum is crazy-dieting down to get the BF to 7 and 9% for contest season then going back up. It's not good, no matter what the competitors say about "they eat healthy." And who judges? These random people make a decision that you're body is worthy of a trophy. Work the weights! That's what I did . In addition to super clean eating, after I got to about 165 we started hitting the weights-hard, and I loved it. And the BF started to drop even more. I do only barbell, dumbbell and cables. About 8 weeks before the surgery I started to really hit them for hypertrophy because I knew I would lose time and muscle after so I wanted to get ahead-and I did. Upped the calories and carbs too-did a refeed, which scared the crap out of me even though a lot of women were telling me it was time because I didn't want to "gain weight." I gained 4 lbs or lean muscle and I have grown my booty because I work the hell out of it. My pants prior to the surgery were snug in the butt but rockin'. Now they just don't fit but I know that's temporary from the swelling. My boobs will be next year and then I'm done. Any other little losse areas I will do MY best with and if they aren't perfect, so be it. You really have done your homework on the docs. Sorry about the setback. I had two breats biopsies. They aren't a big deal. Praying your results are good (and they likely will be) so you can move forward with this process.
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I don't want to compete :). It was more of a reference to all of the standard model comparisons, but since I don't want to look like a regular model, I åut fitness model (not the same as a competitor). I just meant that I'd never have the defined muscles in the places with excess skin. I, like you, love the weights. I do lots of body weight, with barbells for loadbearing. I've been working for six months after the 6-year baby hiatus and finally worked my way up to unassisted pull-ups. I'm around 16-17% now and pretty sure it's the lowest I've ever been. My goal is 15% because my legs are almost deffed but not quite. Hoping that'll do it. But I'm not willing to change my diet to do it. I follow a very strict anti-disease diet and my health is more important to me than body building. I want to be strong and healthy, and I agree that what the competitors do is not healthy. Anyway, continued success on your journey. I'll be following you!
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Two-likewise and good luck. Yes, I agree on the diet. I eat clean but I EAT! I did the calorie curtting and macronutrient manipulation in the short-term and cyclesdit just to stay ahead of my metabolism to get the wieght off. Once it started to stabilize and react positively to the strength training, I staretd reintroducing more fruit and other "forbidden" veggies and upped the calories-had to. I just think you can't go wrong with whole foods and lean proteins. Not to say I don't indulge in the crap at times but I have to really be mindful of it because I am such a sugar addict so once I get rolling, it's hard to stop.Can't wait to get back to the gym-but I know I must be patient.
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Glad you are doing well, take it easy its still early
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Yay for feeling great!!! I do as well... back to life as normal around my house except my floors are dirty as hell. You girls would be proud of me that I am hiring someone to do it for me since I keep getting heck for all the laundry and cleaning I have been doing. lol Two weeks has gone so fast!! :)
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I AM proud of you for hiring someone. I haven't done a lot of cleaning but I plan on doing the norm tomrorrow. Swiffer isn't grabbing all the cat hair and she refuses to clean up after herself, soooo... We still need to go easy though. Up to 6 weeks I was told : (
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Thank you! The lady can't come until next Friday to wash my floors... not sure how I'm gonna last until then but I promise I will. I vacuumed the other day and I was sore the next day from it in my boob area so I def. don't want to scrub the floors. I wish my kids would clean up after themselves too.... pipe dreams!
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