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post #81 of 248
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I made this last night- but added in lentils and subbed quinoa for farro. It's always delish  :)

 

http://cookieandkate.com/2012/sweet-potato-kale-and-chickpea-soup/

post #82 of 248
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I am having a tough time with food right now!! Not that I'm eating super unhealthy, but I just lack the energy or motivation to think of new and exciting dishes, and prepare them! I'm not even sure what I want anymore, most of the time. I have been craving smoothies more than usually, perhaps because they pack such a nutritional punch and are so so easy. I'm also craving less cooked food, I think since it's warming up. 

 

Today ...

 

Breakfast: shared 3-berry "nice cream" (organic mixed berries, soymilk, and frozen nanners) with DD, then had my own green protein smoothie around 10am

 

Lunch: avocado and cheese sandwich (1/2 an avocado on ezekial sprouted bread with kerrygold cheese) and a tablespoon or so of roasted pine nut hummus with carrots, 4 cacao-goji chunks for dessert

 

Snack: pita chips, clementine, 1/2 small apple, 2 figs

 

Dinner: brown rice pasta w/ organic chicken breast and mushrooms plus tomato sauce

post #83 of 248

Yep, I'm having the same problem.  I meal plan, and then I don't want to follow my plan because it starts to sound so "eh."  But it sounded so good when I planned it!  

 

Today was okay.  Lots of grazing.

 

2 quarts pregnancy tea with RRL and nettles

 

Early breakfast:  small smoothie with strawberries, 1/2 frozen banana, frozen mango, yogurt, milk.  Coffee with milk.

 

Late breakfast:  small tortilla with shredded cheese and avocado slices, salsa.

 

Snack at Target:  1/2 small blue raspberry icee, handful fruit snacks (indulgence)

 

Lunch:  white beans cooked in chicken stock with onion, garlic, chili flakes, bay leaf.  I wilted a big handful of arugula into my bowl.  1/2 slice homemade toast with butter.

 

Snack:  4-5 homemade cheese crackers, handful homemade fruit snacks.

 

Supper:  chicken tortilla soup (salsa, chicken stock, pulled chicken meat, crushed tortilla chips) topped with avocado chunks, sour cream, squeeze of lime.

 

Snack:  1/3 clementine, 1 small homemade graham cracker square

 

All in all it was a good day.   I feel like I was eating nonstop but was never full!  Tomorrow I head to New York to officiate at my best friends' wedding.  I'm going to hit Whole Foods right after I drop my bag at the hotel and get snacks, fruit, veg, cheese, and pregnancy teabags to help me stay on track!

post #84 of 248

 

All in all it was a good day.   I feel like I was eating nonstop but was never full!  Tomorrow I head to New York to officiate at my best friends' wedding.  I'm going to hit Whole Foods right after I drop my bag at the hotel and get snacks, fruit, veg, cheese, and pregnancy teabags to help me stay on track!

 

We have Trader Joes in the city too, which has good snacks. Assuming you meant NYC by New York.

post #85 of 248
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Originally Posted by pastormama View Post

 

Supper:  chicken tortilla soup (salsa, chicken stock, pulled chicken meat, crushed tortilla chips) topped with avocado chunks, sour cream, squeeze of lime.

 

This sounds delicious right now.  It is cold and snowy out today and I would love to curl up with a bowl of that soup!

Originally Posted by OtherMother View Post

 

Lunch: avocado and cheese sandwich (1/2 an avocado on ezekial sprouted bread with kerrygold cheese) and a tablespoon or so of roasted pine nut hummus with carrots, 4 cacao-goji chunks for dessert

 

 

 

This also sounds amazing! 

I am with you ladies.  I do NOT feel like cooking (or doing anything, really).  Thank-goodness for left overs!  The other night I made a breakfast type scramble, with sauted mushrooms, bell peppers, onion, a bit of turkey sausage and eggs.  We had that for supper with some baked hashbrowns.  The scramble was then lunch for yesterday, but rolled in a tortilla with some avocado and baked in the toaster oven, served with salsa and a bit of sour cream.  Then I had that for bfast again today.  Prepare once, eat thrice.

 

I have some left-over roast beef, so tonight I think I'll just do more sauted peppers, onion, and mushrooms so I can use up those left-overs in fajitas and serve with a nice green salad or something like that.  I am not being very adventerous, but everyone in the family will gobble that up and it's easy.  So be it.

 

I have not been sleeping well the last few nights, and I can't decide if I'm hungry in the middle of the night or if it's indigestion!  I am making a point not to eat a big supper and not to snack in the evening (only drink water or RRL tea) after supper time.  But I wake up in the middle of the night with an upset tummy, and it feels like indigestion, but maybe I'm actually hungry??  Last night I had ACV before bed and it didn't seem to help.  Tonight maybe I'll get up and drink half a glass of milk if it's an issue again.

post #86 of 248
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Originally Posted by Loogiejane View Post

We have Trader Joes in the city too, which has good snacks. Assuming you meant NYC by New York.

Thanks for the heads-up! I love t joes too. The wedding is waaayyy down in battery park city, so I just hit the whole foods in tribeca. Feeling okay about today thus far, but there are so many variables with traveling and eating out so much!

2liters water all day

Breakfast at airport: celery sticks, strawberries, 4 homemade graham cracker squares, Starbucks latte

Snack: clementine, 5 homemade cheese crackers, half a cucumber

Lunch: two fried eggs, a biscuit with jam and butter, cheese grits

Snack: small chunk of dark chocolate with coconut

Don't know where we will go for supper? I'm craving a huge salad. I picked up clementines, watermelon chunks, kerrygold cheddar, water crackers, a cucumber, an avocado, and the coconut chocolate at whole foods. Hopefully that will keep the junk away!!
post #87 of 248
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Ugh! I want to not feel fatigued anymore!! 

 

I have lost that super peppy drive to not gain any more weight than absolutely neccessary and eat bare-bones healthy. Hopefully I don't end up gaining too much in these last 10 weeks.

 

Today ...

 

Breakfast: 1/4c of DD's mixed-berry smoothie (organic mixed berries, banana, soymilk, water) 

 

Snack: 1 slice ezekial toast with 1/4 avocado on top, sprinkled with pumpkin seeds

 

Lunch (ate out): California Dreamin' Wrap (spinach wrap, white meat turkey, guacamole, wasabi mayo, lettuce, tomato, red onion), half a grilled blueberry muffin

 

Snack: cup of Trader Joe's Chai Latte (1 scoop in hot water plus a good splash of organic 2% milk)

 

Dinner: idk and I honestly don't care. letting DP cook for he and DD. I may warm up a bowl of soup later.

post #88 of 248

I have been eating pretty much the same thing for breakfast/lunch, and trying lots of new recipes for dinner since I am newly meat-free and looking to build our recipe base. The cauliflower pizza crust came out well, everyone ate it. It was a little time consuming though (more so than making flour based crust) and I was also still hungry 2 hrs later and needed a bedtime snack, so I don't know if I would do it again.

 

I had a visit with my midwife today, and we always review my diet/supplements. I mentioned that it is harder to keep track of protein when not eating meat because it comes from so many smaller sources and homemade items. She asked if I was craving simple sugars, and explained that it is usually the body's way of telling you that you are not eating enough protein. Interesting tidbit I thought I would share for those out there with carb cravings. She does encourage good quality dark chocolate in small quantities though (very good anti-inflammatory properties) smile.gif

 

Today:

 

Late breakfast - smoothie (coconut water, soymilk, greek yogurt, pineapple, mixed frozen fruit, spinach, hemp seeds)

 

Lunch - kale salad with sprouts, feta, dried cranberries, walnuts, ACV/olive oil dressing

 

Snack - homemade flourless bread (nut filled) with cream cheese and raspberry jam, sliced cucumbers with artichoke hummus

 

Dinner - making some pho with soba noodles (adding chicken for DH and tofu for me)

post #89 of 248
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Originally Posted by OtherMother View Post

Ugh! I want to not feel fatigued anymore!! 

 

I have lost that super peppy drive to not gain any more weight than absolutely neccessary and eat bare-bones healthy. Hopefully I don't end up gaining too much in these last 10 weeks.

 

Today ...

 

Breakfast: 1/4c of DD's mixed-berry smoothie (organic mixed berries, banana, soymilk, water) 

 

Snack: 1 slice ezekial toast with 1/4 avocado on top, sprinkled with pumpkin seeds

 

Lunch (ate out): California Dreamin' Wrap (spinach wrap, white meat turkey, guacamole, wasabi mayo, lettuce, tomato, red onion), half a grilled blueberry muffin

 

Snack: cup of Trader Joe's Chai Latte (1 scoop in hot water plus a good splash of organic 2% milk)

 

Dinner: idk and I honestly don't care. letting DP cook for he and DD. I may warm up a bowl of soup later.

We ended up going out (again!) for dinner for DP's parents. Dinner was beet salad (gold and purple beets with goat cheese and homemade maple vinagarette over mixed greens) plus a spear of DD's asparagus and a teeny corner of her grilled cheese (she's stingy), and the end of DP's red skinned mashed potatoes (about 1/2 a cup) and a small bite of his burger. Oh, and a couple crackers with spreadable garlicky cheese. 

post #90 of 248
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Originally Posted by OtherMother View Post

Ugh! I want to not feel fatigued anymore!! 

I have lost that super peppy drive to not gain any more weight than absolutely neccessary and eat bare-bones healthy. Hopefully I don't end up gaining too much in these last 10 weeks.

Today ...

Breakfast: 1/4c of DD's mixed-berry smoothie (organic mixed berries, banana, soymilk, water) 

Snack: 1 slice ezekial toast with 1/4 avocado on top, sprinkled with pumpkin seeds

Lunch (ate out): California Dreamin' Wrap (spinach wrap, white meat turkey, guacamole, wasabi mayo, lettuce, tomato, red onion), half a grilled blueberry muffin

Snack: cup of Trader Joe's Chai Latte (1 scoop in hot water plus a good splash of organic 2% milk)

Dinner: idk and I honestly don't care. letting DP cook for he and DD. I may warm up a bowl of soup later.

I dunno - it sounds like by anyone's standards you are still eating really clean and healthy!!

Still traveling but Have managed to do okay today. I plan to completely splurge at the wedding tonight since my bf told me what all the food will be. Mmmmmm.

Early breakfast: watermelon, clementine, half a cucumber, half an avocado cut and spread onto water crackers, coffee with milk.

Brunch: omelette with cheddar and mushrooms, greens with a little vinaigrette, biscuit with jam and butter.

Huge mint herbal iced tea with a friend.

Snack: chunk of dark chocolate with coconut, kerrygold cheese and crackers.
post #91 of 248
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I dunno - it sounds like by anyone's standards you are still eating really clean and healthy!!

Still traveling but Have managed to do okay today. I plan to completely splurge at the wedding tonight since my bf told me what all the food will be. Mmmmmm.

Early breakfast: watermelon, clementine, half a cucumber, half an avocado cut and spread onto water crackers, coffee with milk.

Brunch: omelette with cheddar and mushrooms, greens with a little vinaigrette, biscuit with jam and butter.

Huge mint herbal iced tea with a friend.

Snack: chunk of dark chocolate with coconut, kerrygold cheese and crackers.

Eh. 'til yesterday   ;)

 

Yesterday ...

 

Breakfast: Green Protein Smoothie (added 2 nanners instead of one, and 5 soaked apricots.)

 

Lunch: Small romaine salad with 1/4 avocado, sprinkled with pumpkin seeds, lemon juice, and nutritional yeast; bowl of brown rice pasta topped with sauteed green pepper/garlic and tomato basil sauce, topped with kerrygold slices

 

I WAS SO FULL- like physically there was no room even though I knew I needed to eat at some point!

 

Snack (around 6pm): 4 energy chunks

 

Dinner (around 7:30pm, at Chipotle): Salad with peppers/onions and grilled chicken breast chunks, topped with corn, guacamole, mild salsa.

 

Dessert/Indulgence (around 10pm): Carmello bar. Okay, a KING SIZED Carmello bar!!! I asked DP to go get me a Carmello, expecting the regular sized one, and he brought me back that monster. Tried splitting it into two but couldn't not eat the second half  -facepalm- Also, a couple handfuls of my mom's gross microwave popcorn (okay, it was delish.)

 

 

Today ...

 

Breakfast: Fresh cut pineapple, RRL tea, organic dk chocolate/greens/protein bar.

 

Lunch: Peanut butter Cliff Bar, large organic green apple, licorice log

 

Dinner (ate out, again!): Caprese Salad with a side baked potato (butter/sour cream), a slice of bread dipped in olive oil, and 1/2 (okay, 2/3) of Irish Creme Pie for dessert  :)  So yum!

 

 

I'm having trouble fitting the food I 'need' into my belly without it hurting/feelig yucky. I'm also less excited about food  :(

 

Tomorrow we are going to my absolute favorite bakery. They make their bread from scratch with spelt flour and use organic/whole food ingredients, and the decor is AWESOME. It's literally one of my fave places to be. Then we're meeting family for the St. Patty's Day parade, which will be fun (and full of less than optimal food).


Edited by OtherMother - 3/16/13 at 6:31pm
post #92 of 248
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http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2013/02/15/healthy-eatmore-fudge-chocolate-bars/

 

 

And I totally plan to make these soon. How DELISH do they look?!

post #93 of 248
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http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2013/02/15/healthy-eatmore-fudge-chocolate-bars/

 

 

And I totally plan to make these soon. How DELISH do they look?!

Yum!

And a yummy snack for Passover which is coming up because the holiday restricts eating not just bread/flour based products but all legumes and most grains (except quinoa because they discovered it technically is not a grain)

post #94 of 248
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I'm super psyched- I don't love the idea of whey protein- it's super processed, even if it's high quality- but I do love the idea of a lot of protein in my smoothies; I bought a big thing of hemp seed hearts today, which are a whole food and have comparable protein, but a muuuuuch better nutritional protein. They are HUGELY caloric, but it says that a serving size is "guaranteed" to keep you full for a minimum of six hours (when taken with fruits and veggies.)  So I'm hopeful. I'm thinking of maybe doing a grapefruit or something with my tea early in the morning, then my green smoothie between 10-11, and just having a small snack til dinner? Or something. We'll see.

 

St. Patty's Day was, nutritionally, not as poor as it could've been. I went to my absolute FAVORITE place to eat ... here is DD with her breakfast.

 

 

 

Although their waffles are incredible (they use pastured/organic eggs, real butter, and high quality spelt flour) I never pass up an oppertunity to get my fave- 'eggs on toast'. It's not toast, actually two thick slices of handmade spelt jalepeno-cheddar bread, topped with high quality cheddar and an organic egg on each. So at least I'm getting some protein- plus, it's crazy delish. They're loose with the butter, the bread is soft yet the crust chewy.... oooh, it's my fave. We're going again Easter morning  :)  There was a smorgasboard of crap food at the parade, but I managed to avoid most of it. Still, it was nice to be in my own kitchen this morning.

 

Today's eats ...

 

Breakfast: Mandarin orange, preggo tea, then green protein smoothie (with organic pea shoots because I couldn't find any decent kale Sunday night- wasn't as good as usual.)

 

Snack: Large organic green apple

 

Lunch: Peanut butter Cliff Bar, celery stalk with peanut butter, pumpkin seeds, and raisins, one apricot + one fig.

 

Snack: Grapefruit, 2 figs with peanut butter, 1/2 glass unsweetened soymilk

 

Dinner: Halved cherry tomatoes and minced basil over quinoa with nutritional yeast and pumpkin seeds, 1/2 slice spinach/garlic whole wheat bread with Earth Balance butter

 

Dessert: Natural licorice bites and milk in my tea.

post #95 of 248
I'm glad you found a good protein "supplement"! I agree that even the best whey powder skeeves me out slightly. I just like entire foods.

I have been doing . . . Not so great. A lot of eating out. Tomorrow is my birthday! I'm going to make myself a cheesecake out of strained homemade yogurt and eggs, with a blueberry topping. Excited about that.

Also crazy things have been happening with my blood sugar apparently? My midwife swung by last night to draw blood for routine labs, and they called her back immediately to say my glucose was only 42! I have NEVER had trouble with low blood sugar and I felt totally fine when she took the blood. Not faint, dizzy, or anything. So strange. She said not to worry as long as I felt good and strong.

I'm trying to concentrate on protein to regulate blood pressure, and also adding more magnesium. Starting Epsom salt baths and remembering to take my mag powder in water every day.

Here's what I have planned for tomorrow:

2 quarts pregnancy tea with rrl and nettles

Breakfast: Two eggs and a little milk scrambled in butter with a bit of cheese, maybe also a slice or two of bacon, watermelon chunks, coffee with milk

Lunch: spicy black bean soup from the slow cooker topped with sour cream and avocado, homemade graham crackers, clementine

Snack: Celery and cucumber sticks with herbed yogurt dip, magnesium powder in water

Supper: out for my birthday! I think I want shrimp summer rolls and a shrimp panang curry from my favorite Thai place

Snack: homemade cheese cake with blueberries
post #96 of 248
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Yeah, the past couple days have been tough for me too. I think I have to up my protein, but have decided I don't want to eat meat at all anymore, so am trying to figure out planty heavy/ not too caloric ways to do this. Not thrilled with the taste of the hemp in my smoothies, though I haven't tried the full 8 tbsp serving size yet ... 

 

At the midwife appt today I'd gained 3 lbs in 2 weeks, when previously I hadn't gained any in the past month. Some of it is normal, but I've also been eating way too much, and not always the best. I find myself always hungry ... I'm going to put together a "meal plan" since my ability to self moniter on the cuff is petering out. I gave myself tonight as a last hurrah before I really tightened the reins ... we went to Johnny Rocket's (ewww) and I had a grilled cheese w/ jalepenos and tomato, and bunches of fries. I'm going to get a chocolate bar at some point, even though I don't really really want/need it, but I want to feel like I'm kind of "done" with junky food. 

 

This morning I had a green smoothie (soymilk, protein, kale, pnut butter, water, banana, hemp) and 1/2 a green apple. Lunch was a grapefruit and, later, a Cliff bar. Snack was a banana. 

post #97 of 248

 

I had a visit with my midwife today, and we always review my diet/supplements. I mentioned that it is harder to keep track of protein when not eating meat because it comes from so many smaller sources and homemade items. She asked if I was craving simple sugars, and explained that it is usually the body's way of telling you that you are not eating enough protein. Interesting tidbit I thought I would share for those out there with carb cravings. She does encourage good quality dark chocolate in small quantities though (very good anti-inflammatory properties) smile.gif

 

 

 I am glad you pointed this out. I know this but continue to forget it. I have been trying to give up sugar (white sugar and limit honey and maple) this whole pregnancy with limited results due to yeast.  The time i gave it up for two weeks the craving were bad for the first week and then it got better. but i ate birthday cake, and it was a whole week of sugar before i could get back off the wagon.  I am pesca/vegetarian as well and even eggs don't sit too well with me right now. Too fishy smelling.

 

I am also having a hard time getting in food if i don't plan religiously. My belly gets so full so fast, but i am starving again soon, but nothing sounds good except fruit and i know i need something else besides fruit.  Love hearing what you guys are eating too.  So i will post mine as well.

 

B- whole french toast with butter and strawberries with plain yogurt. decaf tea

L- (field trip with Little's preschool) banana cheese and Dr krackers

snack- nothing sounded good, so baked chips with sour cream... i needed to make a smoothie or cut up that pineapple but was too tired.

D- sushi rice bowl w/ tuna, avo, ginger, sesame green beans

dessert- pineapple

 

Now i am craving cookies and am hungry again.  What to do?

post #98 of 248
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Originally Posted by jldumm View Post

 I am glad you pointed this out. I know this but continue to forget it. I have been trying to give up sugar (white sugar and limit honey and maple) this whole pregnancy with limited results due to yeast.  The time i gave it up for two weeks the craving were bad for the first week and then it got better. but i ate birthday cake, and it was a whole week of sugar before i could get back off the wagon.  I am pesca/vegetarian as well and even eggs don't sit too well with me right now. Too fishy smelling.

 

I am also having a hard time getting in food if i don't plan religiously. My belly gets so full so fast, but i am starving again soon, but nothing sounds good except fruit and i know i need something else besides fruit.  Love hearing what you guys are eating too.  So i will post mine as well.

 

B- whole french toast with butter and strawberries with plain yogurt. decaf tea

L- (field trip with Little's preschool) banana cheese and Dr krackers

snack- nothing sounded good, so baked chips with sour cream... i needed to make a smoothie or cut up that pineapple but was too tired.

D- sushi rice bowl w/ tuna, avo, ginger, sesame green beans

dessert- pineapple

 

Now i am craving cookies and am hungry again.  What to do?

I'm thinking you're not getting near enough protein- possibly calories either. Try adding green smoothies w/ protein, or healthy protein bars? Or something higher-protein. 

post #99 of 248
Trying to get back on the wagon once again! I haven't posted much because I eat a lot of the same things OR we have been eating out a ton. The week before Easter working at a church is always just madness.

Today: 2 quarts pregnancy tea made of nettles and rrl

Breakfast: big blueberry and yogurt smoothie, coffee with milk

Snack: half a little icee I split with dd at target, two chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons

Lunch: two small flour tortillas topped with melted kerrygold dubliner, sour cream, hot salsa; a clementine

Just enjoyed a cup of herbal tea at the acupuncture clinic.

For supper I'm planning a big romaine salad topped with chopped boiled eggs, ham, olives, cucumbers, and who knows what else. With a lemon vinaigrette. And a slice or two of the bread I baked today.

I have been getting really hungry and thirsty at night finally (hadn't had that up till now!). Last night dh had to bring me some homemade blueberry fruit snacks and lemon water in bed.

My midwives gave me the birth supply list. The food made me kind of excited! I need protein snacks, carb snacks, an electrolyte drink, snacks and coffee for them, apricot nectar and prune juice.

I'm going to make my own electrolyte drink and freeze it. Also going to freeze some yogurt smoothie pops (carb and protein).

For protein snacks, I'm thinking: cheese cubes, boiled eggs, homemade fruit snacks (lots of gelatin).

For carbs: homemade crackers, fruit, what else?

I also mixed up my herb blend for mothers milk tea and have that ready in a jar for postpartum!
post #100 of 248
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Originally Posted by pastormama View Post

Trying to get back on the wagon once again! I haven't posted much because I eat a lot of the same things OR we have been eating out a ton. The week before Easter working at a church is always just madness.

Today: 2 quarts pregnancy tea made of nettles and rrl

Breakfast: big blueberry and yogurt smoothie, coffee with milk

Snack: half a little icee I split with dd at target, two chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons

Lunch: two small flour tortillas topped with melted kerrygold dubliner, sour cream, hot salsa; a clementine

Just enjoyed a cup of herbal tea at the acupuncture clinic.

For supper I'm planning a big romaine salad topped with chopped boiled eggs, ham, olives, cucumbers, and who knows what else. With a lemon vinaigrette. And a slice or two of the bread I baked today.

I have been getting really hungry and thirsty at night finally (hadn't had that up till now!). Last night dh had to bring me some homemade blueberry fruit snacks and lemon water in bed.

My midwives gave me the birth supply list. The food made me kind of excited! I need protein snacks, carb snacks, an electrolyte drink, snacks and coffee for them, apricot nectar and prune juice.

I'm going to make my own electrolyte drink and freeze it. Also going to freeze some yogurt smoothie pops (carb and protein).

For protein snacks, I'm thinking: cheese cubes, boiled eggs, homemade fruit snacks (lots of gelatin).

For carbs: homemade crackers, fruit, what else?

I also mixed up my herb blend for mothers milk tea and have that ready in a jar for postpartum!

Me, too. I didn't want to be the only one posting though  :)  I've been having a harder time limiting calories to a reasonable amount. I'm more tired, and generally just feel more "blah" as I move into my 8th month. I don't feel as cute and adorable, I feel more like a big pregnant lady!

 

 

But I think posting my eating habits was helping, so I'm going to try to do it again.

 

Today ...

 

Breakfast: Smoothie (baby kale, 3/4 scoop whey protein, 1 1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk, 1/2 avocado, 1 banana, water)

 

Snack: shared a big organic green apple with DD

 

Lunch: 2 cups Special K cereal (one of my first real pregnancy cravings- I went and had DP grab me a big family sized box the other day) with 1/2 cup 2% milk, then 1 cup unsweetened soymilk, topped with 1/8 cup or so walnuts.

 

Snack: way too many nuts at a friend's house, plus a couple frozen cookie dough balls, and a handful of choco chips, and coconut milk/ raw honey in my tea  duh.gif

 

Dinner: chicken soup (more like a stew) with kale, rice and carrots, slice of bread with a slice of sharp cheese, jarred peaches for dessert

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