Post # 61
All I remember is that it involved jello which I hated before then but which tasted like the nectar of the gods after delivery. I still like it.
I’d been planning on a burrito and made my husband pick one up when my labor started. I ended up being off burritos for several months after that.
Post # 62
I had my son at noon so I missed lunch, my first meal was hospital “dinner”, cold mashed potatoes and slimy green beans and some sort of turkey thing that I wouldn’t touch. I sent DH out to get me a big greasy slice of pizza and it was glorious!
Have that coffee!
Post # 63
Breakfast at the hospital, it wasn’t too bad! But the day we got home DH went and got sushi and wine. I remember notably that a ham and cheese sandwich was my favorite post baby meal.
Post # 64
I delivered around 1:00am and the cafeteria was closed. I had a relatively short labor, so it’s not like I was deprived of food. I think the gave me crackers or something. The next morning I ordered an omlet, bacon, pancakes, a bowl of fruit and a cinnamon roll. I was trying to sneakily feed DH too. I remember it being good, but it’s a vague memory. Mostly I was all-consumed with the little creature that came out of me!
Post # 66
so my baby was never impacted by caffeine or alcohol in moderation, but my coworker’s daughter was super sensitive.
My first food after labor was dried pears and pretzels? I have food allergies, my labor went super quick and the kitchen was closed, but I was required to eat to take pain meds (unmediated birth, bad year of the labia and cervix). My husband packed snacks, so that’s what I ate to get my drugs.
My first meal was eggs, bacon, gluten free toast, a banana, and coffee
Post # 67
I had chick fil a.. I also had gestational diabetes so getting to have whatever I wanted was the best!
Post # 68
My son was born just after 8 pm. I had some little fruit plate and some juice from the hospital, and a few bites of pasta that my brother brought. I was too distracted to really be hungry, despite being in labor since 3 am that morning. I had some mediocre hospital waffles for breakfast the next morning, then had my dad go get me a real meal from one of my favorite restaurants. So my first actual meal, to me, was a strawberry spinach salad and a potato burrito. It was amazing. I wouldn’t have wanted caffeine (not due to breastfeeding concerns) just because I wanted to be able to rest and sleep as needed after delivery. Best of luck!
Post # 69
Good question! I’m planning on when I get home to have a bacon and brie baguette – mmm melted brie and then I’ll probably want pate at some point too as well as a glass of prosecco 😉
Post # 70
I had coffee and a cheese and spinach quiche from Panera with my second.. and I had a wegmans turkey sub with my first… I had been craving it the whole pregnancy. I ate turkey subs for lunch and dinner for weeks after the first was born. It was a running joke that you couldn’t hold the baby without handing over a turkey sub.
Post # 71
this thread just really makes me want sushi.
Post # 72
My baby boy is due in June. When it is nice and hot outside… I cannot wait to slurp down an ICE COLD DOS XX with like 4 limes… extra salt.
Can you tell I have been thinking a lot about this? 🙂
Post # 73
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I had fantasies of what I would eat as my first meal, but I had zero appetite after giving birth and for the following 2 weeks. I ate the terrible hospital food, my first meal was a cheese sandwich on dry bread lol.
Post # 74
i had ice chips and a strawberry banana smoothie