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#61 of 66 Old 06-08-2008, 05:50 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I've been just craving really junky food like cup o' noodles, ramen, and bagel bites. It makes me feel so guilty.
I was just telling someone the other day...

Why the HECK can't I ever crave healthy foods? Why can't we all crave spinach while pregnant? I'm serious, it really is such a bummer that so many of us tend to want junk...totally unfair, isn't it?

The other night I woke up at midnight wanting buttery buttery theater popcorn. Buttery theater popcorn, are you kidding me?? I never eat that stuff not pregnant! It's so fatty.

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OMG that's great! I don't feel so bad now. I've been loving the smell of Windex...

Can we say horrible?

Thankfully, I don't clean with it, I just like being in the room when someone else does. Then I feel guilty.

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I almost swiped my MIL's bottle of Comet today. THAT is nasty! I don't even clean with non-natural products at all. But she was scrubbing her shower with it and it smelled sooooooooooo good.
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Olives, cheese, pickles, cream cheese, triscuit crackers. Sodium.
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My last pregnancy I craved McDonalds Fish Sandwiches. OMG GROSS! I only gave in a few times.
: Me too! So weird, since I don't normally even like seafood. I force myself to eat some for the health benefits on occasion, but the McDonald's fish sandwich certainly doesn't fall into that category.

The strangest craving I had last time was lobster! Very weird because I'd only had lobster once before in my life as a kid and couldn't stand it. Even wierder because I had the craving the entire time, from the first trimester on. It was so strong I was driven to distraction, but never gave in due to mercury concerns (and because I know it's not something I actually like!) It went away as soon as she was born, much to my relief!

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I haven't had any consistant cravings except... Chicken and Milk! I don't even like chicken or any meat at all but I can grub on chichen legs all day with a huge glass of milk. Soooo good. And spicy too, everything spicy!
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Pad thai with tofu and vegetables - could eat it every day
quesadillas
mozzarella cheese sticks with ranch dressing
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