I feel like all I do these days is eat, think about eating, or plan what I'm going to eat next. I assume that it's normal, but if not, don't tell me otherwise.
After we found out that we're expecting a BOY, we popped into Sonic for a little celebratory treat. However, I don't believe my strawberry-orange cream slush counted towards my necessary 5 fruit/vegetable servings for that day.
Bummer! Oh well, I made up for it this morning at breakfast. While my darling husband ate a bowl of ramen (aka the poorest excuse for human food ever created) for breakfast, I enjoyed a well balanced meal which consisted of:
Strawberries and grapes, half of a cinnamon raisin bagel wearing a little cream cheese (protein) and honey (natural sweetener, naturally) and a small glass of apple-raspberry juice.
Yesterday we went to the grocery store to stock up on healthy foods for this hungry bear, I mean mama. Now when I want a snack (which is about 5X a day) I can reach for a fruit cup, an apple with natural peanut butter, some wheat thins, apple sauce, trail mix, raisins, carrots or a little hummus..... instead of the cookies or Captain Crunch.
I read somewhere recently about what I should and shouldn't be eating during my pregnancy. The book said something along the lines of, "before you take a bite, think about whether or not it will benefit you or the baby." Talk about a major guilt trip every time I get the whim to eat a spoon of ice cream or a chunk of the maple-walnut fudge Brad bought me.
Now off to weed through all the clothes that my 19-weeks body is rapidly outgrowing...
...as I dream about lunch...
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