I just want to dance like no one is watching in front of my teens. Nothing like embarassing your own kids. Makes up for the times when they were the kid crying and carrying on in the mall or grocery store. :)
@twins : LOL love it! I have twin grandsons, age 6 and their lil sis, age 4, and we dance all over the house, but to dance in public??? Ummmm, not so much! I want to feel so secure in my own changing body I can dance anywhere and it is okay, because I am OKAY with myself :)
I would NEVER dance in public until after my RNY. 2 yrs post op I took dancing lessons. Learned to rumba, cha-cha, tango, swing dance, waltz, you name it. I was embarassed at first but now I just have fun. I have even spun around & landed on my butt in the middle of the dance floor. My friend just grabbed my hand, pulled me back up, we had a good laugh, & continued to dance "LIKE NO ONE WAS WATCHING" : ) LOL Before my WLS, I would have died of embarrassment and wanted to crawl somewhere & hide. (you wouldn't have been able to pick me up off that floor with just one arm) Now I'm 11 yrs post-op and don't worry about whose watching anymore.