Week 2- You may also start to have your first waves of nausea, popularly called "morning sickness," only it can happen anytime -- like when you order the "today's special" at your favorite cafe and think you're hungry until the waitress puts it down in front of you, and you suddenly find yourself queasy and unable to eat it.
-Sandy and Marcie Jones, authors of Great Expectations:Your All-in-One Resource for Pregnancy & Childbirth.
Oh this made me laugh! I needed to hear other stories of being sick for weird reasons. Josh is being pretty nice about the whole thing, even thought he acts like it is all my fault. Yes, he is such a manly man. He did help and put the baby to bed when I felt sick and couldn't do it and had to go dry heave for half an hour. That was nice. It is getting better. I don't think the medicine is working any better. Maybe, I just needed to get used to it. I am definitely eating strange things. Last night I craved caramel popcorn and ate almost a whole bag of it. (eek! there goes my waistline) Sprite tastes amazing and the soup that made me gag so much that I made Josh stop eating it for months last time, now smells and tastes delicious! Go figure. It probably didn't help that he ate it for breakfast and it was the first thing I smelled when I got up in the morning (Gross!) and lately he has been sleeping in and eating it when I am ready for a snack. He claims I am just being crazy. No, just pregnant.
Any weird, strange or funny pregnancy food stories you have send them my way. I would love to hear them. I know it is not just me, but sometimes in my little house, it really feels like it.