A 64 oz water bottle
A 20 count of air sickness bags
Preferred stock in Canada Dry Ginger Ale
Gin Gins by the Ginger People
A bag of cheap mint candies
A full length body pillow
Campbell’s Vegetable Soup made with Beef Stock
The previously mentioned Little Debbie Honey Buns
Lots of eggs
My theory is that the morning sickness is hitting me more now because the baby is moving up further out of my abdomen. And I have quite a lot of torso at 6 ft tall. So in the first trimester, I’m guessing the baby didn’t have to move my organs around to get comfortable. But now, he/she is getting larger [reportedly the size of a peach] and needs to start stretching out.
The top of my stomach is as hard to the touch as my lower abdomen now. And yet, I have not popped.
I wish I had more to write about at the moment, but honestly I feel pretty nauseous most of the day and find it hard to concentrate on anything else.
Yuck, sorry you are still feeling sick! Pregnancy is different for everyone. I hope you feel better soon!
Thanks Kathryn. I appreciate it.
As horrible as you feel, I always found it a little comforting b/c something is going on and it’s a good sign!! Hope you feel better soon!
I agree. In fact I would call my mom panicking when I felt fine. lol
And you just made me very hungry. lol. I know how you feel. This time will be over before you know it.
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