Friday Giveaway: The Baby Fat Diet Book


Our next giveaway is for a copy of the Baby Fat Diet book .

Losing the “baby fat” is one of the hardest things for mothers—even years after they give birth. “Eating for two” often results in gaining too much weight, and the more a woman gains, the harder it is to lose. And after having kids, moms are so busy and distracted it’s necessary for them to learn how to eat in a healthy, self-nurturing way again.In The Baby Fat Diet, moms will be relieved to learn that small changes can make a big difference. Restrictive dieting and cutting out favorite foods to the extreme isn’t necessary. The book offers simple, easy-to-live-by health and nutrition tips that help women change the behaviors that make losing weight so difficult. The 30 timeless tips throughout are eminently practical and the recipes are delicious. Not only will moms lose weight on The Baby Fat Diet, they’ll feel good about themselves, too. 


Moms will discover:
•Eating for one again—the importance of portion sizes
•Why breakfast is a weight-loss ally
•The fast-food solution
•Pairing pleasure with healthy foods
•Exercising to the Wiggles®

To enter, leave a comment answering the following question:

Do you feel that having children changed your body?

How to Get Extra Entries:
***When you enter an extra entry you must post a *separate comment* for each entry, sorry but we can’t keep track of extra entries unless you do this. ***
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4 put our blog in your blogroll or link list and leave a comment with the link to your blog

[this giveaway will be closed on Thursday, May 21st at 11 PM, & the winner will be announced next Friday!]

And now, for the winner of last week's Crayola giveaway:


(((((((((Colorado Shelton Family ))))))))))


Shoot us an email in the next two weeks to claim your prize!

31 comments:

  1. Yep, my body sure has changed. My boobs hang down to my belly button since I've been breastfeeding for almost 9 months. Ugh.

    I also wanted to let you know that I tried your ginger lime chicken dish the other night and it was a hit in my house! It's going into our menu rotation, and I've linked to it and put it up on my own food blog.

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  2. I put your blog on my blogroll a few days ago, when I discovered you guys! An extra entry for me - woot!

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  3. Yes! I am back to my wedding weight, which incidentally is 10 pounds lighter than my starting point with my first pregnancy but seem to have a permanent baby bump AND I can tuck my stomach into my jeans. Ewww!

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  4. Sure has changed my body. Losing the weight, now after my third baby, has been more difficult than the others so I would love this book!

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  5. I'm not entering the contest, but answering the question anyway!

    YES. Of course my body has changed. Weight has never been hard to get off, but stretching out my 5'-0", 90 lb. frame has taken a serious toll. My first pregnancy I gained 50 lbs! I have stretch marks galore, a flabby tummy, and boobs that resemble pancakes (thanks to literally years of nursing).

    Happily, a new Spanx Bra-llelujah is in my future. You guys have the best, most thoughtful giveaways. This book should truly make a difference to some new mom. Thank you.

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  6. Haha! My post this morning on my blog was about clothes shopping, comparing pre-baby to post-baby. What a difference that small child can make on a life-- AND a figure.

    Although I didn't gain much weight I definitely have a completely different body. Now that I have a 3 month old I am just going to avoid swim suit shopping until next summer...

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  7. My body looks like it got ran over by a train. The pregnancy train. I have stretchmarks that not even a stretchmark would want. From my belly button down to my knees. How does that happen? I won't even bring up the post-breastfeeding boob situation, because we all know! I can't wait to win this book!

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  8. Of course my body has changed!! More after the second baby than after the first, but totally gross nonetheless. Thanks for all your amazing giveaways! This one would be so great!

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  9. I definitely think that having our two sons changed my body. After the birth of our second son, my hormones went ballistic! I had post partum depression, hot flashes and anxiety.
    I would love to be entered in your drawing.
    Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  10. I placed your giveaway on digg.com.
    Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  11. I am signed up for your email newsletter!
    Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  12. Also, I am a fan on your Facebook Page. Again, all is appreciated!
    Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  13. K, I've become very confused while entering this, my first ever contest entry.
    My body is very jiggly these days since having kids. Windy days worry me! I get a bit miffed at the people who told me breast feeding would melt away my baby weight. All it did was melt away my breasts!
    I have to say though, of all the body parts that have gone soft since having kids, I miss my sharp as a tack mind the most!! Are there any tips in this baby fat book for brain food?

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  14. k, um, I don't know if I'm doing this right, but here's the link to my blog that talks about this awesome site of yours. http://em-me-me-em.blogspot.com/2009/05/mama-manifesto-friday-giveaway-baby-fat.html

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  15. Not entering but if you feel bad about your post partum mommy body you should check out theshapeofamother.com

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  16. Nice to see that others share my pancake boobs and spare tire abdomen. It is sad what happens to us post baby, really a tragedy. But I'd do it all over again for another sweet little angel! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  17. on my blogroll:
    http://fasullos.blogspot.com/
    Thanks!

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  18. Yes, indeed! My body is totally different, and probably never will be the same, but luckily I have two beautiful children and another on the way to be thankful for!!

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  19. My body has definitely changed! Between stretch marks and everything sagging, I don't feel like I could ever get my old body back.

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  20. I'm on your mailing list.

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  21. I don't think my pooch is ever going away now that I've had two kids. Even with some of the weight gone, the skin is sagging and gross and it's hard finding a shirt to wear that doesn't accentuate my stomach flab. Good times, good times.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    xpbloch(at)juno(dot)com

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  22. I'm on your mailing list!

    xpbloch(at)juno(dot)com

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  23. Definitely. Even though I'm back to my prepregnancy weight, my tummy is flabby and has stretch marks. And sometimes I wonder whether or not it's a blessing that I finally got boobs. I always have to buy an outfit a size up just so they can fit!

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  24. YES!! And I can't seem to lose ANY of the weight. Our baby girl turned 6 months old May 3, and mommy began dieting (ie: Portion control and healthier eating) and exercise that same day. Have a looong way to go, and this book would be a lifesaver!

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