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The smell of eggs didn't bother me with any of the other kids, so I'm not sure how long it will last.  I'm really hoping this passes soon.     Nausea is usually a 1st trimester thing, but I had it for my entire pregnancy with DD10.  

 

Dinner last night: We ate out again because my late afternoon nap ended when someone woke me up at 645 asking about dinner.  :/  I have a 5p dinner alarm on my phone but someone turned it off so I could get extra rest.    We went to Longhorn Steakhouse, so the hubbs didn't mind too much.  

 

Dinner tonight:  Baked brown sugar pork chops, green beans with bacon.  I also made hash brown casserole for everyone not me.  

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Fish, Fries and baked beans...all from the pantry.  Don't we just love it!  Dessert was mixed fruit.  No pics.

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Euphrasyne, I wasn't going to mention it but I had nausea all through my pregnancy too. It happens sometimes, but worth it of course. Hope you feel better soon.  :hug3: 

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I had pretty bad nausea when I was pregnant too. My mom suggested I nibble on graham crackers, as that had helped her make it through pregnancy nausea. The graham crackers helped me too.

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Chili Relliano Casserole (can't ever remember how to spell that word!) and enough for another meal to put in freezer.

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On 2/11/2019 at 9:15 AM, Cowgirl said:

crackers

 

Been years since I was pregnant but I had a package of saltines and a can of 7-up beside my bed and I ate a few and drank a little of the soda before I ever got out of bed. Didn't have any nausea with my 2nd child.

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Tonight was spaghetti from the pantry and in the electric "hot pot" and dessert was sliced apples with peanut butter. EZ on the cook since we were out most of the day.

101_0970 speghetti 2-18-19 in hot pot.jpg

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Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich here. Something about those two things that just seem to go together.

 

Actually, I make lazy grilled cheese. Toast the bread in a toaster, slap on a slice of cheese and zap for 12-15 seconds. Sometimes I butter the bread and sometimes I don't. :pout:

 

I call it my Pop and Zap sammich.

Pops up out of the toaster and zaps in the microwave.

I don't like to cook any more. Which is another reason I like to can.

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No pics but I put a nice herb seasoned pork tenderloin in my large electric pressure cooker along with potatoes, celery and carrots.  Then made some gravy to go over all of it.  Dessert was a couple of tablespoons of my home jarred pear marmalade.  Then just a bit ago we both shared an apple and had some peanut butter to go with it.

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Long day today. And a migraine. We had leftovers for dinner. 

 

Then I decided to make carob brownies. I cannot eat chocolate, so I use carob instead. We had brownies and milk for dessert. And I feel better.

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