Show Us Your Life - Diets, Exercise Programs, Weight Loss Ideas
I have fantastic news. You *can* lose weight :) I sound like a cheap commercial.. Haha.

I have always struggled with my weight. In high school I did pretty well with it, but I've never been smaller than a size 9. Ever. When we married I was a 14. And then I had kids. Oh. My. Good. Lord. Here is a picture of me when Dylan was 6 months old. All 250 lbs of me. Yes, I'm saying that out loud. It's good for the soul. Or at least it'll keep me from ever getting that big again :)

Then someone told me about the 3 hour diet, and my life has never been the same. I lost 80 lbs. Here, take a look.

I would stay and explain it, but my Baby girl is burning up with a fever right now, so prayers for that, please. Basically you just eat smaller portions every three hours. Like have breakfast, then a snack 3 hours later, and so on. There is a book you can buy with all of the information, and I'm sure you can look it up on the internet. Good luck. If I get time I'll come back and write more but now to tend to my girl. Oh, and walking helps, too! :)

Much love
P.S, Hop on over to Kellys blog to see how everyone else is doing it!
4 Responses
  1. Katie Says:

    wow :) you are stunning!

  2. Melanie Says:

    wow court, i would've never known this about you had you not blogged it. you look amazing. great job mama. kiss sweet ali for us- i hope she feels better soon!!! *hug*

  3. Faithfulmom2 Says:

    There is hope! Thanks for sharing and Congratulations and keeping it off.

  4. Suzanne Says:

    Okay, you are gorgeous! I want to go on this diet! I'm tired of carrying around my baby weight! Please share the book!

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