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#1 of 10 Old 10-06-2008, 05:39 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Something that smells like it could be fruit is dying in my fridge. I'll be cleaning that thing out from top to bottom as soon as I can.

My dogs...oh, my dogs. Does anyone want some dogs?

The potty chair my oldest uses...I can't get it clean enough. It smells horrible!!

All that, and the can of clams I opened to make clam chowder for lunch today--not even a hint of a gag. What's up with that?
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Something that smells like it could be fruit is dying in my fridge. I'll be cleaning that thing out from top to bottom as soon as I can.

My dogs...oh, my dogs. Does anyone want some dogs?

The potty chair my oldest uses...I can't get it clean enough. It smells horrible!!

All that, and the can of clams I opened to make clam chowder for lunch today--not even a hint of a gag. What's up with that?
Yes! I would not even spend time in my kitchen today because I am certain I smell invisible rotting food. As soon as it becomes visible I will clean it.

about the clams.
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Crashing you ddc just to say I'd trade ya, I'm sitting next to a box of stinky baby chicks that I really need to get outside.
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That is hilarious! I am just beginning to notice the heightened smell thing the last couple of days, car exhaust, greasy food, my dd2's diaper this morning. :Puke

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I swear something in my entry way smells... DH swears I am insane

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Yes, my house is stinky and funky smelling but no one can smell it except for me of course. My sense of smell is so bad during pregnancy. It's awful.

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My dogs smell.
My kitchen smells. I think there is something dead in my fridge, plus the sink drains stink.
I can smell the cat litter from up the stairs and across the house.
My gloves smell, my bike helmet smells and now my hair smells.
In retrospect, my first symptom was when I thought my husband's feet smelled about a week ago.

This is probably a good thing though. Maybe by the time this baby arrives I'll actually have a clean house!

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This is probably a good thing though. Maybe by the time this baby arrives I'll actually have a clean house!
We will probably have to spend the day out while a cleaning person comes, though. The cleaning products (even vinegar and baking soda) will also smell.
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We will probably have to spend the day out while a cleaning person comes, though. The cleaning products (even vinegar and baking soda) will also smell.
Oh, that is a very, very good point. In fact I think a spa day would be in order. I'm so using this one as a reason why I need to hire cleaners!

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OMG i totally forgot about this! Last time i was pregnant the only time i threw up was when my best friend ate a PB sandwich and was talking really close to me. :Puke
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