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pettelly

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OK, not enough.
OK, only by hiding calories in food. 
OK, only because she's inactive at home.
But finally we have weight gain!!! 
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YAY, better small % of something, than small % of nothing [smile]
YAY, that's the only way to go (to hide), so that's ok [smile]
YAY, that's a bonus to be inactive! [smile]
And I can feel your joy! It's weird what we can find motivating sometimes [smile]
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Great news! It can really give a much needed boost can't it?  Well done.
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Good work...and hoping the upward trajectory continues!  Hang in there!
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Well done to you and he pettelly team!πŸ’ͺπŸΌπŸŽ‰πŸ‘πŸΌ

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Not sure one weight gain is a trajectory yet but we'll take it! 
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no matter how you did it...weight gain is weight gain!!!  well done mama!!!
take it as it comes and for the success that it is!!!
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Don't play down the significance of weight gain.  Any gain is significant where you are at currently and who cares how it was done!!!  The only thing that matters is you got weight gain!![wave][thumb]
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Yes!!! [thumb]
Go on! No matter how you got it! We are still hiding calories in food...[biggrin]
But even no healthy woman wants to know whats in these cupcakes...
Try to do more. Hide calories in whatever possible. You will soon see a better mood and parts of your daughter coming back.
Congratulations!!!
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WELL DONE!  Im doing an imaginary happy dance in my head for you!!!  We hide a lot of calories, a weight gain no matter how small is still a HUGE achievement, and it sets the tone for more!  Big hugs from South Africa xx
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Such a great feeling to have the weight go on!
Congratulations on your hard work
Hope you continue to have gains
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Sending you a BIG high five!! Well done 😁
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