Sunday, October 20, 2013

October 2013 Measurements

  •  Last month (9/15/2013) - 40.25 inches
  •  This month (10/19/2013) - 39.25 inches


  •  Last month (9/15/2013) - 31 inches
  •  This month (10/19/2013) - 29.5 inches  

  •  Last month (9/15/2013)   - 38.5 inches
  •  This month (10/19/2013) - 36.5 inches


  •   Last month (9/15/2013) - 21 inches each
  •   This month (10/19/2013) - 20.5 inches each 


  • Last month (9/15/2013) - 10.25 inches each
  • This month (10/19/2013) - 10 inches each

The measurements have at last lined up with my lowest weight from December 2011 (148.2lbs), with some being lower.  The waist is what I have been waiting for to catch up and it's exactly what it was at it's lowest almost two years ago.  The thigh and hip measurements are lower than they've ever been, with the hips coming in at under 40 inches.  I have the makings of an hourglass figure, but my hips have always been a problem, making me look more like a pear figure.  My ultimate goal when it comes to these measurements is the get the hips and bust at the same size. 

I have taken bust measurements since Izzie was born, but they were pretty stagnant because of breastfeeding.  This was the first time I'd seen any change, so I decided to include it.  I went from a 36D to a 34D within a year of starting weight watchers.  After Brady, while nursing I went up to a 40DD and it took months after I stopped to even get into a 38D.  I was finally at a 36D when I got back to pre-pregnancy weight after him and stayed there until I got pregnant with Izzie.  Because I full-time nursed her, I was still able to get into a 38D when necessary, but mostly wear nursing bras that didn't have cup sizes.  I've realized through this journey that I will not be losing the cup size no matter how much I lose (not the case with most people), so the band size is the only thing of which I have control.  I sometimes have to go up a shirt size to accommodate my bust size and then the waist is way too big, so if I can lower the band size, it should hopefully open up smaller shirt sizes to me.

I am amazed at how fast my "skinny" clothes are becoming too big for me.  My medium pants are almost to the point of falling off, so I've resorted to wearing either my small sized yoga pants, jeans, or my medium leggings.  I'm sure soon, I'll have to get some new pants, but I'd like to wait until I'm closer to my ultimate goal (130lbs) before I do so that I don't have to buy even smaller ones when I get there.  My rings are getting very loose and I'm also holding off on sizing them down.  I imagine sometime after Christmas, if not before, it will become a necessity.


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  2. Congratulations on your successful weight loss, Nikki! With proper discipline, enough exercise, and strict diet, you'll be able to hit your target weight in a span of time. It can be some kind of sacrifice, but it'll be worth it. Are you working with a fitness coach? Their expertise can be of great help, too! :)

    Ciara Owings @