The good thing is that Christmas period is finished so your routine should be easier to manage.
You're just in the 127's so you could still make 126's comfortably by Saturday. Your goal for the end of the month is definitely doable.
These hover times can be frustrating but keep at it. When I started losing weight I was losing ten kilos in just over a month but the last ten kilos I had to lose took me one hundred and one days. All the deadlines I set myself fell by the wayside. The 7th September (wedding anniversary and calculation that if I lost 2.5kg per week I would be at this date), end of September, before December, before Christmas, before the new year (I started on the 1/1/11 so finishing within the year seemed good) and before 27th January (my birthday - I wanted to lose this weight before I hit 53). I was over this weight loss thing big time. I remember telling my wife that I just wanted it to end and that I felt like a hamster on his wheel. Running running running but still not getting anywhere. It wasn't the frustration of the process but the lack of anything to show for it that got to me.
At the beginning of January I weighed in at 71.6kg and by the end of the month I was 70.9kg. A whole month of slog for only 0.7 gram loss! That made me focus and redouble my efforts. Bad practices had slipped in. My portion sizes had grown and my snackage had increased as well. I knuckled down and went from 70.5kg on the first of February to breaking the goal barrier on the 24th by reaching 66.6kg. Most of that loss was achieved in the fortnight before.
So don't get impatient or even frustrated get determined and power through! One of the most interesting athletic races of all time was run at the British Empire Games in Vancouver in 1954. The favourite of the race was John Landy with Roger Bannister challenging his dominance. This race was billed as the Race of the Century, the Miracle Mile, the Mile of the Century and the Dream Race. The form runner against the man who broke the 3 minute mile. There is a statue of the decisive moment of the race. Near the finish line John Landy looks over his left shoulder to see where Roger Bannister is. Bannister seizes the moment and dashes past Landy on the right and wins the race. Landy lost the race because he didn't stay focused and he looked back. Landy later said, "While Lot's wife was turned into a pillar of salt for looking back, I am probably the only one ever turned into bronze for looking back." Finish the race and win with style!
2 Timothy 4:7.