I need some help, I am panicing about a trip I planed a long time ago to take my kids to disney.When I planed the trip I had lost like 35 pounds and thought I would just keep going and still had over 6 months till the trip. Well I think you all know how that went, not only did I not loose more I gained back most of what I had lost. Now I have this trip in 4 weeks and I am terrified that I will end up being embarrassed by standing in line with the kids and not being able to fit on the ride. Has anyone been there and could you advise me on what rides to avoid? I am at 296 (I hate even writting that number) and can fit in most airline seats. Not well mind you but I can squeeze in and have only had to get an extender on one airline. I am trying so hard to get a little more fit by then just so I can do all the walking, but I know even if I loose weight by then it wont be much. I just want to get rid of some of this anxiety over the size of their seats. BarbL
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