Post # 1
I have been throwing up for 5 days, like 85% of what I eat! I only got a BFP a few days ago. Haven’t even been to the doctor yet. Anyway, I was getting ready to cook dinner. Opened up the package of meat & the smell made me throw up instantly! All over the raw meat!!! Sooo annoying, now I have nothing to cook for dinner. Ughhh!!
What is your did that really just happen moment??
Post # 3
@MsSparklyBee: just wanted to say i’m sorry that happened!!! 🙁 I’d order out and take the stress out of cooking! Congrats on your pregnancy though!!
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2011 - Baby boy 12/2015
@MsSparklyBee: That’s what frozen pizzas are for…for times like this. Congrats!
Post # 5
Lol thanks ladies! Fi is picking up dinner, good thing bc I’m starving!!!!
Post # 6
I recommend something bland till your stomach settles. Soup. Oatmeal. Etc.
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2013 - Atrium at the Curtis Center
I ate a lot of boxed mac-n-cheese and pizza the first trimester! Yay for more SJ bee babies! 🙂 Congrats!
Post # 8
I strongly suggest frozen waffles when you’re queasy. They don’t smell like much until they’re cooked, and even then it’s just vaguely sweet and carb-y.
Post # 9
One of my girlfriends was like this and she ended up having twins. Any twins in your family?
Post # 10
Thanks for the suggestions! I had pretty bad nausea & ms with dd but this is way worse. It comes so fast.
@guerrerita: Oohh no! Lol no twins in my family. Hopefully just one little bean in there! ♥
Post # 11
I have been eating PB and apples all weekend. I also bought a pre-made lasagna for when I needed “real food.”
Post # 12
@MsSparklyBee: Good luck with the raw meat.. I’m almost 38 weeks and that’s still DH’s department. It took until I was in my 2nd trimester to even smell meat cooking and not want to be sick, and then until I was 32 ish weeks before I could be around the raw meat again (although I still don’t really enjoy it)! Hope it gets better when baby gets here otherwise I’ll be no helping cooking dinner ever again lol.
Post # 13
Yes, I echo the bland food. Bagels with a touch of cream cheese, soup, cereal, etc. It will pass, little mama.
Post # 14
Ugh, I feel you!
Sorry, this story is REALLY gross. I had a moment like this when I was around 14 weeks. My dog vomited on the tile, so I bent down to clean it up. I got one wiff and threw up right on top of my dog’s vomit. At that point I had my husband clean both up.
Post # 15
@MrsSawyer: ugh that sucks!! I became lactose intolerant with my first pregnancy & it never went away! Hopefully the meat thing goes away!!
@FloridaGatorBride: aaww that’s awful! Good thing your husband was there to clean it up! Lol