Pirogi... With my first baby, my son, it was a twisted, unstoppable need for KETCHUP!!! I was working at a club in Nashville at the time... I worked late and would order giant boxes of french fries from this ethnic place, can't remember what variety of ethnic now, and I would ask for tons of ketchup. They gave me three little plastic tubs of tomato paste.
Like they didn't have ketchup or something. One of the door guys was a doll and got me a bottle of ketchup from somewhere. That said... I don't even like ketchup, never really did. I ate more ketchup in three months than I have ever eaten in my life. Weird.
So I am thinking boy this time, a few days ago I was thinking girl. But the sickness has finally hit and I am hungry Hungry HUNGRY for comfort, childhood-food junk. It was the same with my son(ketchup is sooo junk)... I would love a big plate of tuna-noodle casserole with peas and mayo in it, or crappy box macaroni(maybe with ketchup on top, eww I know), any kind of pasta would be awesome. It sucks, because I restrict wheat because of a bad senstivity. *WAAH* We have tons of homegrown super high quality pork in the freezer, awesome free-range eggs, garden fresh veggies waiting to be picked... And all I want is noodles covered in salty creamy sauce. Or potato chips. God, chips would be awesome right now. Well... I have been really digging the radishes. I am eating about twenty of them a day(or more), no joke. I have gobs in the garden. They make me burp, but they don't make me sick. I guess that is a slightly redeeming food amidst all the crap I am dying for.
Just as an aside note... With my son I ate a variety of foods, pretty much indulged all of my cravings, healthy balanced meals for the most part. He is a carb-eater though... Potatoes, bread, pasta. With my daughter I was trying really hard to be vegan(pregnant in a new relationship, ouch)... I lived off of bread, pasta and oatmeal. I was starving all the time. I wanted everything I "couldn't" have. Like the stuff that I consider healthiest now(I am a TFie)-Organ meats, quality cheese, butter, eggs. The only stuff she really cares to eat is rich dairy products, eggs, and meat. She'll occasionally eat pasta, after picking all the meat out first. At the end of dinner, they end up trading plates so she can eat his meat and he can have her potatoes. *haha* I don't know how that fits into this convo(knocked up ramblings*haha*)... I guess I am just wondering why this baby wants all of the things that are bad for me and none of the things that I know I should be eating to put together a healthy baby. I'm so HUNGRY and have nothing I want! When I do eat(really healthy stuff, it's all we have), it just sits there and makes me feel sick and sleepy. Somebody break out the violin and play be some sad music, please.