Thursday, August 14, 2008

Pregnancy Side Effects

I've been noticing more "weird" things going on lately, so I figured I'd post them since I'm always just saying "I feel great!"

1. The obvious - none of my pants fit anymore. I rubber band them all and put my nifty bella band over them. Ironically my belly pics still look pathetic.

2. Thunder thighs - also pants related, but who knew I'd "feel" pregnant in my thighs first?

3. Food aversions - I am getting picky! Anyone who knows me knows I'll eat just about anything. I can't stomach the thought of chicken unless it's deep fried. Depending on the day, a salad is revolting or the only thing I want. I eat fruit loops in the morning for breakfast now. We walked the aisles of the grocery store the other day and I was like "ooooh, RAMEN".

4. Skin - I don't want to jinx myself... but my skin *may* be clearing up a bit. Definitely #1 best side effect so far. Of course, it's still worse than the typical teen, but I take what I can get.

5. Fingernails/Hair - I think they are getting stronger! Woot!

6. Emotions - not too crazy, but I'm turning into a softie. And the olympic commentators make me nuts. But I doubt that's pregnancy related - they are just so dang annoying!

7. Nausea - It's there, especially in the morning, but it's so minimal. I'm so lucky in this regard!

8. Stuffy nose - weird, but true

9. Sciatic nerve pain - the worst part of pregnancy so far. I feel like an old lady at night!


Patricia August 15, 2008 at 10:09 AM  

Love the baby wearing, did something similar with Jake till he got too big for his snuggly as opposed to britches... another name, lottie? I am getting out of control thinking up the way, are they organic fruit loops??? Take care of yourself sweetie, gtb

T.J. and Jen August 15, 2008 at 3:52 PM  

haha, no organic fruit loops. I don't think they'd make them since they are full of refined sugar and food coloring! hehe

Deb August 15, 2008 at 7:30 PM  

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