Whats the 1 thing you can't do without this pregnancy?
I was wondering if any of you lovely ladies have a food or drink item that you just can't seem to be without during your current pregnancy. Mine is chocolate milk! I cannot get enough of it. We ran out of it for 2 days over this holiday and last night I thought I might go nuts so thankfully the hubby ran out and got me some... Just wondering if anyone else had any specific cravings like this. As an irony my SIL who is also due the same week as me is also having the chocolate milk obsession lol
so far, i have nothing!! :( lol
nothing that i MUST have.. my cravings change weekly!
but if i had to pick the closest thing.. it would be water. i start to panic a little when we are down to our last few bottles lol i like to drink juice and choc milk but I start to feel like i'm drying out if i dont have water lol
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