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#31 of 38 Old 04-15-2011, 09:41 AM
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I really want ice cream a lot lately.  Since I've been losing a pound a week lately, maybe that's my body's way of trying to make up for it?  NIce thought anyway.  I'm not diabetic, so I'm not worried and my babies are always plenty big, so no one is worried.

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Found these at costco today and they are YUM! And somewhat healthy too! Better than ice cream in my opinion.

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I'm trying to convert myself to frozen yogurt, but it's not quite as much fun if you don't go to the little shops and smother it with fresh fruit after picking some happy flavor they never have at the stores! Lol... hard to justify that but it is so yummy.


My poor ds, we've realized dairy REALLY triggers his bedwetting, and here I am longing for things like ice cream and frozen yogurt - I need to get him some sorbet. Dairy isn't something he should be having to begin with but we've been a bit lazy lately.


But thinking maybe sorbet may be a very happy thing to add to my labor list of happy snacks?

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Ok, now I can't stop eating Fage Total mixed with the prune Activia.  Can you eat too much yogurt?  I have also been craving red meat insatiably...good thing we can't afford it very often!

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This local bakery makes these amazing asiago bagels. I have at least one a day toasted with cream cheese. So good!

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i have never noticed an actual craving, as in "i need to have some right now!",  with any pregnancy however with dd i always had pears on hand and ate at least one a day through the majority of 2nd and 3rd tri.  this time around it's frozen blueberries that i keep... i have at least one bowl a day (usually 2 or 3 :))  sometimes with yogurt, sometimes plain.  surprisingly, dd1 doesn't really care for pears... i wonder how dd2 will like blueberries:)

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Today I couldn't get enough watermelon.  I seriously ate half of one by myself.  It was sooooo good.  

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