I have no idea, honestly. I don’t weigh myself regularly and don’t own a scale. I go by the fit of my clothes knowing when I tailored them at what points in my life (my partner does the same, in case you were wondering).
I think the last time I weighed myself I was 110 lbs before Baby Bun arrived. Then of course as I got bigger and bigger, I was weighed every week like cattle, and I peaked at 135 lbs I think.
Post Baby Bun, I might be 120?
I am definitely not the same 110 lbs I was when I was a raw vegan (Pre-Baby Bun) because I can feel the weight around my body and my very fitted tailored clothes don’t fit any longer and I need to try and donate or sell them.
Best guess is 120 lbs – 125 lbs. I am not a US 6 yet on the bottom so I am guessing I am not 130 lbs yet. 🙂
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