Our expert says:
You'll gain weight because of some change - either in your diet or in your routine. I'd imagine that you probably are a lot more active now than before no rest when you have a baby around! And probably what is happening is that your appetite is up because you're so active. As a result, you eat more, and maybe the wrong foods, and you gain weight. Or otherwise, it might be an emotionally driven appetite, perhaps stress or emotional 'fatigue' from the change in your routine.
Either way, I think that what is important is to see a dietician, because you really need someone who is an experton that particularly issue. I would never claim to be, so it's vital that you chat to one instead. I suspect there are very specific things you can eat or avoid, to help control the appetite. And some other tricks. For example, one thing that works well is to keep a food diary of exactly what you eat. You might be surprised. I'd do that anyway, but definitely, if you can, see a dietician!
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