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Old 06-22-2006, 11:07 AM
 
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i begged a friend to buy me a box of the strawberry cream twinkies...




















....and now they are all gone

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I have rediscovered my first-trimester indulgence - the root beer float.
Oh, YUM!!!! I haven't had one of those in FOREVER. I love the way the ice cream gets all icy on the outside....
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I told dh I was going to window shop for b-day present ideas for dd; but instead I went to subway and ate a huge pepperoni/salami sandwich with chips, cookies and a coke while I read tabloids. Then when I was gone longer than expected I told him I got stuck in traffic!
Oh that sounds lovely! (Even just getting out of the house for a little while ALONE to read would be so nice.)
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It's baaaaaaaaack....

My DD is a great eater. She has vegetables every day with lunch and dinner. She is not at all picky.

However today we had all these potatoes that were about to grow eyes, so I cooked up a humongous batch of french fries. So DD started eating them... and didn't stop until she was full. Salty fatty fries.

Then she had ice cream.

That is all :
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This afternoon during DD's nap time, I really "needed" something sweet...and we didn't have anything pre-made in the house. So, I tossed some (dry)oatmeal, a little hot chocolate mix, mini chocolate chips, sliced almonds, and a few heaping spoons of peanut butter into a bowl. I mixed the whole thing up and ate it all with a spoon. :

It was so random...but so good
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Canned Spaghetti-O's...and grape soda

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I just ate a big plate of stove top stuffing. I don't even know when the last time I had MSG was. So gross.
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Okay. Over the last 24 hours I have had the following revoltingly horrifying food mistakes.

: - one entire box of organic mac n' cheese
: - one extraordinarily large helping of Salsa Verde Doritos
: - 3 caffiene free coca cola's
: - Probably a good avocado and a half's worth of guacamole and chips
: - basically no water to speak of
: - one small personal cheese pizza hut pizza.
: - and I lost count after 2 hotdogs how many I had during our little 4th of July BBQ last night.

How might you ask, am I able to cram it all in? I have no.freaking.clue. But it was DELICIOUS.....
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I too have a thing for boxed organic mac and cheese. But for whatever reason it has to be white cheddar. I can surely finish that in 1 sitting, whether I have room or not.

And a personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut sounds delicious, unfortunatly my dh would probaly throw a fit if I ate that. Its hard enough to get him to buy organic chocolate.

I think I'm going to have to partake in some secret eating...
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sabbath, I think it's really saying something when you write your list with bagheads as bullets.


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Yes, well, I have much to be ashamed for.
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ah, well I edited my post above if it helps any
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sabbath, for some reason I'm just getting around to looking at the links in your sig. What a cute couple you two are, and I'll read your blog now! But those pics at the top are HUGE !
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Monday we spent the day over in Seattle for some sightseeing, probably our last trip over there until after Babygirl is here.

Lunch was a cheap (but not inexpensive!) hamburger, some chocolate milk, a Snickers and some water on the ferry.

Then we paid $20 so DS could have a meltdown at the top of the Space Needle. (Who knew toddlers could be afraid of heights?) There I had a strawberry lemonade and bag of pretzels.

Hmm, next snack was at the Pacific Science Center. A Coke and a hot dog.

Dinner was at Steak Escape in the mall - a Philly steak & cheese and cup of fries that were swimming in vinegar.

I think that, overall, I ate nothing natural or nutritious that day. Well, there was that one bottle of water.

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Oh no! which ones? On the blog or on my sig? The ones on my blog are huge for a reason (older readers, failing eyesight, grandparents, you get the drift) but my sig one's shouldn't be that big, when I open them it takes up just the window w/o resizing. Weird.
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oh yes, just on the blog
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Okay. Over the last 24 hours I have had the following revoltingly horrifying food mistakes.

: - one entire box of organic mac n' cheese
: - one extraordinarily large helping of Salsa Verde Doritos
: - 3 caffiene free coca cola's
: - Probably a good avocado and a half's worth of guacamole and chips
: - basically no water to speak of
: - one small personal cheese pizza hut pizza.
: - and I lost count after 2 hotdogs how many I had during our little 4th of July BBQ last night.

How might you ask, am I able to cram it all in? I have no.freaking.clue. But it was DELICIOUS.....


... whew...

I offer praise to you, Queen of Junk Food!
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i ate 12 ice cream sandwhiches in one day. well 11. I discovered the missing 12th the following day.

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Wow ladies you are junkie queens!!
I have one small sweet thing a day and I am already thinking I should cut that out of my diet!

Anyway, I just wanted to complain about my clothing options, which are almost ZERO at this point. This baby better come soon or I am gonna be walking around wrapped up in a blanket....
I have LITERALLY one skirt to wear and about 3-4 shirts..: I am getting sick of that skirt I tell you. I can not fit into any pants any more. : And I am NOT spending any more money on any clothes.
My friend sent me HUGE box (I mean HUGE - at least 25 lb) of pregnancy clothes and I can not put on a SINGLE thing!!! NOTHING AT ALL. Not even my own clothes I wore when PG with DS!!
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Well, breakfast started off OK today. An everything bagel with chive cream cheese. And a plum. Then another one... and another one... and another one. Why did I only buy 4?

Then top it off with a Snickers ice cream bar. :

Well, I weighed myself today and I'm losing a bit, so maybe that can justify the Snickers bar.

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Anyway, I just wanted to complain about my clothing options, which are almost ZERO at this point. This baby better come soon or I am gonna be walking around wrapped up in a blanket....!
LMAO, I hear ya! I had one pair of jeans that fit but the seam opened a couple of weeks ago. It was already coming apart before I wore them the first time but I didn't return them, they came from Motherhood. Then the seam finally gave out, nothing like splitting your maternity pants to make you feel like a fat

I'm sure this incident was completely independent of the Snickers cravings!

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I have LITERALLY one skirt to wear and about 3-4 shirts..: I am getting sick of that skirt I tell you. I can not fit into any pants any more. : And I am NOT spending any more money on any clothes.
Me too!!! Mine is a pink skirt, and I will be AMAZED if I ever wear anything pink again, after this baby comes out. I think in celebration of his birth, I will burn this skirt…



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LMAO, I hear ya! I had one pair of jeans that fit but the seam opened a couple of weeks ago. It was already coming apart before I wore them the first time but I didn't return them, they came from Motherhood. Then the seam finally gave out, nothing like splitting your maternity pants to make you feel like a fat

I'm sure this incident was completely independent of the Snickers cravings!
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Okay, so here’s my confession….

I just ordered TWO egg McMuffins w/hash browns to be delivered to me (McDonald’s delivers here). Can you believe that? I usually avoid fast food at all costs – I’m soooo bad! : I have NO idea what's gotten into me...
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