Tell me it's a boy thing.
Someone tell me that they too were so, SO hungry when they were pregnant with a boy. I'm not sure I was even this hungry with the twins...and that says a lot.
Did I tell you that I was going to give up sugar a few weeks back? I didn't? Well, I meant to.
Oh yes, my friends, I decided to kick the sugary snack habit in an effort to not have my baby addicted to high fructose corn syrup at birth, I knew it would help plateau my pregnancy weight gain, and because I thought it would make me feel better - it might stabilize my sugar seeking moods if you will :).
There is something about sugar that makes your moods go up and down, right? I'm pretty sure that is a fact - or at least just tell me that it's contributing to my end of pregnancy mood swings, and I'll give you a big 'ol virtual hug and move on with my day.
Sooo, me being the determined, self disciplined pregnant lady that I am, I kicked the habit to the curb...
Or maybe I didn't. At all.
Looks like my self control waved goodbye along with my ability to bend over and touch my toes.
Apparently, asking me to not buy jelly beans, is like asking me to not got to Target and not buy stuff we don't need.
I know, it's that serious.
Oh well, at least there is still frozen, organic fruit in the freezer along with those yummy treats, right? Right. It makes it completely acceptable when you can reach in for a handful of blueberries and grab a twix at the same time. It's all about balance, people.
So anyway, is it true that you're hungrier when pregnant with a boy, or is that a lie that I read online to just make me feel better? I haven't gained a whole lot, so I'm not concerned about that - I just could eat cereal between every meal, and then again at 3am. It's never ending.
Is that normal? You tell me :).