I've been having horrible morning sickness all day long. I haven't eaten a real meal since Sunday. I realize that was only 2 days ago but it feels like forever! LOL The smell of food makes me more nauseous than normal. Even talking about it makes me sick. :(
Well ladies I thought maybe that was a one time thing for me...but now it has reared its ugly head. :( I'm feeling sick all the time and i mean all the time. I havent cooked in over 2 weeks because I can't stand the smell of food. I was able to finnally cook lasagna yesterday and was gagging while cooking the meat. Sometimes I cant even talk about food. I was gaggging when my Mom was talking about Bfast.
Anyways I'm counting down the days until the end of my 1st trimester...Aug 28th :D
I thought I was going to escape the worst of it... till today. I threw up twice on the way to work. Twice at work, and didn't even sign in... just told my boss, "I can't be here"... 4 more weeks.... that's all I have left.... uhhhh
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