I have found I want something to eat one minute and then I want nothing to do with the leftovers the next day (sometimes they even send me running to the bathroom!!) I feel like I'm wasting so much food mostly because I just don't want to eat it. DH doesn't eat a lot of leftovers, and I can only feed DS the same thing so many times in a row... I've tried making smaller portions, but that is always the night when everyone is starving and is wondering why I didn't make enough! My new love however is V8 low sodium. I feel like I'm getting somthing in me that has some healthy components. I know it's not the best, but it is delious!
On a funny Hormone note, Sunday we got up early I was doing stuff around the house, and we lost track of time. We were going to be about 10 minutes late for church which is no big deal as it is very casual! We are normally a few minutes late anyway. I had a 20 minute crying fit because we were going to be late, I just could not stop sobbing, which ofcourse only made us later! Poor DH he's not use to me being upset very often, and definatly not sobbing for no good reason. We ran some other errands, one took us to the mall where I went to the puppy store. not a good idea as all, as it was full of people buying puppy mill puppies and that made me start sobing in the store. Side note, I work with a rescue that takes in the adults and unwanted puppies from mills and I've seen first hand what condition they are in when we get them, not a pretty site. The point is I'm hoping these hormones even out sooner rather than later cause I'm not sure how much more of this crazyness Dh and I can take!
Miss Sonja, I know how you feel with having an older child and this little bean going to totally change your world. Right now I can help in school as much as I want, I'm the cubscout treasurer, and do lost of stuff with them. When this little one gets here I won't be able to help in school, just go out on the spur of the moment, and basic things like sleep (which I have come to love!) are going to be much harder to achieve. We did tell DS(8) yesterday though and he was ok with it. Not overly excited, but not unhappy either.