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Are there any certain foods you eat that make your babe fussy?? If so what are they??



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Dairy
Peppers
Cukes
Onions
Fried Food

My life sucks right now.

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Dairy and caffeine. It's not so easy to get no coffee on 4 hours of sleep!
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onions. I had a veggie sub last night and said what the heck, and tried onions. Won't do that again!

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Dairy and caffeine.
ouch, no caffeine. so sorry to hear that

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Dairy and now.. I think garlic

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Dairy, caffeine, chocolate, gassy veggies, soy, onions, garlic, tomatoes, corn, berries.

Yes, I'm hungry:

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Dairy, caffeine, chocolate, gassy veggies, soy, onions, garlic, tomatoes, corn, berries.

Yes, I'm hungry:
OUCH! no soy? Does that mean no soy milk in your cereal? no soy butter instead of dairy butter? You must be creative for food.
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yes, I just have a touch of the soy in my Decaf tea in the morning. I don't have cereal. I eat oatmeal everyday. I am already back to my pre-preggo weight because of my dietary restrictions. Eggs are a problem too, BUT only if I eat an omeletter or something to that effect. Dawson has reflux and is on medication, but he's still a gassy little guy so I have to be careful.

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I've been trying to figure out ds tummy problems. I eat A LOT of berries. I wonder if that could be it, I would have never thought!

I thought it might be nuts. I was snacking on nuts while nursing because I figured they were better than other things I could be snacking on, at least they have some protein, but then we both got super gassy. I haven't had them in a few days and am still not sure that's what did it, but we'll see.

I don't know if I can give up berries though!

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So far..I haven't noticed anything. But DD#2 was sensative to wine. That sucked for the three years I nursed her...

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So what CAN we eat? It's soooo hard coming up with food options. At least it's DH who cooks so I don't have to plan too much.
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What are you all eating for snacks? I need snacks often and esp in the middle of the night I need something I can keep by the bed. Is there anything healthy and that won't bother the baby that will work?

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What are you all eating for snacks? I need snacks often and esp in the middle of the night I need something I can keep by the bed. Is there anything healthy and that won't bother the baby that will work?
How about energy bars? Or some kind of nuts? Or dried fruit?
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peanut butter, dairy, and sausage (fennel maybe?) bother harper.
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so it looks like most of us aren't able to eat the beloved ice cream this summer, huh? Kind of missing it a little bit here.

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I have the solution to all of our problems, and the answers to all of our prayers.... www.coconutbliss.com
mmmmmmmm coconut milk ice cream. mmmmmmmmmmmm

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The icecream is only available in Oregon: But thanks for letting me know about it

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I'm not sure but Elijah was kinda fussy last night and the day before...a little before bedtime. I'll have to pay closer attention..
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