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Jessica Simpson pregnant again.

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  • irociroc Posts: 7,890Registered Users
    No way! Whoa.

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  • LotsawavesLotsawaves Posts: 8,660Registered Users
    My 1st child was 3 months old when I got pregnant with my 2nd. It wasn't planned, but I was happy. The responses from my family & friends were very hurtful. With that I say congratulations, Jessica & I wish her the best. She lost the weight before. She can do it again.
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    It's difficult to recover from close-together pregnancies like that.
  • LAwomanLAwoman Posts: 2,949Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Wowsers.
  • roseannadanaroseannadana Posts: 5,632Registered Users
    You can do WW while pregnant. You get more points and dairy. She'll be fine!

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  • JosephineJosephine Posts: 14,175Registered Users
    I don't really care when celebrities get pregnant, never understood the hoopla, but does anyone else find it weird that there's more focus on her weight than anything else?
  • goldencurlygoldencurly Posts: 2,385Registered Users
    It's difficult to recover from close-together pregnancies like that.

    She's pretty young. Younger mothers tend to recover more easily than older mothers in most cases including those with closely spaced pregnancies.
  • wild~hairwild~hair Posts: 9,890Registered Users
    Josephine wrote: »
    I don't really care when celebrities get pregnant, never understood the hoopla, but does anyone else find it weird that there's more focus on her weight than anything else?

    Yes.
  • naturaldollnaturaldoll Posts: 567Registered Users
    You can do WW while pregnant. You get more points and dairy. She'll be fine!

    I thought you aren't suppose to diet while pregnant. Im pregnant now, ive lost 50 pounds in the pregnancy (by accident) and my doctor throws fits when I see her.

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  • CGNYCCGNYC Posts: 4,937Registered Users
    I think they used to have a pregnancy plan a long time ago. Now they have one for nursing moms but not for expecting moms.
  • SpiralSpunkSpiralSpunk Posts: 243Registered Users
    I was just thinking about how far apart my brother and I am and I want my kids to be closer together. I don't see anything wrong with it except the fact that we all know she was trying to lose weight; but she'll just have to wait.
    If she wanted more than one kid it had to happen sooner or later.
  • anonymous_22139anonymous_22139 Posts: 659Registered Users
    My first two are 14 months apart, and I recovered just fine - in fact went on to have three more.

    Congratulations to Jessica.
  • kdelishkdelish Posts: 85Registered Users
    Kitschy wrote: »
    My first two are 14 months apart, and I recovered just fine - in fact went on to have three more.

    Congratulations to Jessica.

    My last 2 are 11 months apart. I recovered just fine also. It's funny because I have 2 kids the same age a few days that are not twins people be so confused
  • roseannadanaroseannadana Posts: 5,632Registered Users
    Maybe that's what I'm thinking, you can do WW when nursing. But WW is not a low calorie diet, you eat good healthy food.

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  • roseannadanaroseannadana Posts: 5,632Registered Users
    NM

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  • juicyfruitjuicyfruit Posts: 751Registered Users
    Her first child was close to 10 lbs.
  • EricachristinaEricachristina Posts: 496Registered Users
    Good for her!
    Everyone is different when it comes to how their body will react to the weight gain and recovery, some people have a hard time and some don't so whatever happens I'm sure she will handle it as all women have to do.

    They do focus on her weight a lot, a lot of celebs use their baby weight gain to endorse weight loss programs and make money but Jenny Craig doesn't come with a personal chef trainer and cook for everyone so it is a bit misleading. She has more help than most women when it comes to getting in shape again so she should be fine.
  • FieryCurlsFieryCurls Posts: 2,904Registered Users
    Congrats to her and her family. I would go crazy with that close age difference.
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    It's difficult to recover from close-together pregnancies like that.

    She's pretty young. Younger mothers tend to recover more easily than older mothers in most cases including those with closely spaced pregnancies.


    She's 32. Practically elderly in the obstetrical world.
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    kdelish wrote: »
    Kitschy wrote: »
    My first two are 14 months apart, and I recovered just fine - in fact went on to have three more.

    Congratulations to Jessica.

    My last 2 are 11 months apart. I recovered just fine also.


    There are always super-women among us.

    Jessica is in her 30's. She's overweight and has been overweight for many years. She had a surgical delivery with her first baby just 7 months ago. I fit all those criteria and I found recovering from pregnancy/surgery difficult. I have 4 kids, 3 of them delivered surgically. None were as close-together as hers...not sure my body would have liked it very much.

    I'm sure she'll recover...eventually.
  • prentonneprentonne Posts: 163Registered Users
    She had a c-section? Then she shouldn't be preg so soon. Isn't it dangerous? I guess she'll have the best doctors. Wish her a safe pregnancy.

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  • SunshineGrrlSunshineGrrl Posts: 3,823Registered Users
    I don't really have a comment on the pregnancy itself, but the mother. People like Jessica Simpson should not procreate! I mean, come on! Can you imagine her trying to teach all her kids about the foods? "And this is tuna fish, it's chicken!"

    My mom had my brothers 1 year and 1 week exactly apart. It wasn't planned, but was a happy event. The older brother started walking one week before the youngest was born so she didn't have the worry of trying to figure out how to carry a baby and a toddler.

    Then she went on to have me and my sister. She had me at 32 and my sister at 37. They told her she was too old to have us, she'd never be able to keep up with us and that there could be medical problems. Well, she was already pregnant (during the 70's and early 80's)...whatcha gonna do, huh? Guess you just roll with the punches.

    But I sincerely hope the father is very active in this (these) kid(s) lives, because he's their only hope!

  • BlackAngelPlayahBlackAngelPlayah Posts: 1,419Registered Users
    It's difficult to recover from close-together pregnancies like that.

    She's pretty young. Younger mothers tend to recover more easily than older mothers in most cases including those with closely spaced pregnancies.


    She's 32. Practically elderly in the obstetrical world.

    So sad for those of us still trying after 30. :(
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  • SpiderSpider Posts: 3,380Registered Users
    Good grief, I'll be 44 in 2 weeks, my infant just turned 1 ( he's my 2nd c section in 4 years) , I'm back to healthy prepreg weight ( with no extreme diet or exercise measures) . I work full time and DH was deployed the past year.

    I don't have the money and resources JS does, I'm sure she'll be fine. Good luck to her.
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  • LAwomanLAwoman Posts: 2,949Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Jessica is in her 30's. She's overweight and has been overweight for many
    years. She had a surgical delivery with her first baby just 7 months ago. I
    fit all those criteria and I found recovering from pregnancy/surgery difficult.
    I have 4 kids, 3 of them delivered surgically. None were as close-together as
    hers...not sure my body would have liked it very much.


    As to the underlined - oh please. She may not have been "Hollywood thin" for a while, but in "real world" terms there's no damn way she would have been considered overweight before she got pregnant.

    You are definitely projecting from your own experiences. Just because you had a difficult time recovering from your pregnancies does not mean that most people will.

    My girlfriend had her first at 33, then got pregnant again when baby was 4 months old. She recovered just fine from both, and was back in her size 4s 6 months after baby #2.

    And as for early 30s being considered practically elderly in the world of obstretrics... um, maybe in 1812. But today that's just nonsense.
  • sariroosariroo Posts: 1,958Registered Users
    From a medical standpoint, there is more to recovering from pregnancy than just getting back to your prepregnancy weight. Replenishing nutrients, recovery of your uterus, breastfeeding, etc. I think it is best to wait a bit longer between pregnancies but stuff happens. Hopefully, Jessica Simpson will be just fine.
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  • irociroc Posts: 7,890Registered Users
    7 months isn't so bad. But having babies close together is not always a safe decision. It takes a toll on the body. Your uterus needs to tighten and shrink back to normal size before being stretched out again in order to carry another baby.

    Yes some people will do it and say they were just fine. And others will not be just fine. There are a lot of possible complications.

    Tori Spelling got pregnant again within 1 or 2 months. There were some pretty emergency situations. She ended up in the hospital a couple of times.


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  • nynaeve77nynaeve77 Posts: 7,135Registered Users
    LAwoman wrote: »
    Jessica is in her 30's. She's overweight and has been overweight for many
    years. She had a surgical delivery with her first baby just 7 months ago. I
    fit all those criteria and I found recovering from pregnancy/surgery difficult.
    I have 4 kids, 3 of them delivered surgically. None were as close-together as
    hers...not sure my body would have liked it very much.


    As to the underlined - oh please. She may not have been "Hollywood thin" for a while, but in "real world" terms there's no damn way she would have been considered overweight before she got pregnant.

    You are definitely projecting from your own experiences. Just because you had a difficult time recovering from your pregnancies does not mean that most people will.

    My girlfriend had her first at 33, then got pregnant again when baby was 4 months old. She recovered just fine from both, and was back in her size 4s 6 months after baby #2.

    And as for early 30s being considered practically elderly in the world of obstretrics... um, maybe in 1812. But today that's just nonsense.
    I had my second baby when I was 32. My OB told me I was approaching advanced maternal age.
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  • juanabjuanab Posts: 4,037Registered Users
    My sister and I are 10 months apart. Both were vaginal births. My mom was fine, no complications. But it takes longer to heal from a C-section. It took me a 6-8 months to heal from mine. I hope it goes well for her if she is pregnant again.

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  • webjockeywebjockey Posts: 2,786Registered Users
    Spider wrote: »
    Good grief, I'll be 44 in 2 weeks, my infant just turned 1 ( he's my 2nd c section in 4 years) , I'm back to healthy prepreg weight ( with no extreme diet or exercise measures) . I work full time and DH was deployed the past year.

    I don't have the money and resources JS does, I'm sure she'll be fine. Good luck to her.

    Damn you and your amazing metabolism and discipline!:angry8::cussing::angryfire:

    Now I'm going to wander off and go sulk in corner.

    I agree with the others, she will be fine especially since she has access to resources. And even if she doesn't loose the weight, it's not the end of the world, or necessarily the end of her career.
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