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    2 0 20 June, 2019
    We have made it to 38 weeks! Other than this little one using my ribs as a footrest and kicking my diaphragm, things are going pretty well. Each day, Arielle tells me that baby sister needs to come out TODAY, and one of these days she will be right. 😜😁

    We have made it to 38 weeks! Other than this little one using my ribs as a footrest and kicking my diaphragm, things are going pretty well. Each day, Arielle tells me that baby sister needs to come out TODAY, and one of these days she will be right. 😜😁

    50 4 17 June, 2019
    OMG pregnancy cravings and aversions!!! They are no joke. 
One study showed that up to 90% of women experience cravings, most in the first and second trimester. 
Even though it is documented that most women experience cravings or aversions is not be 100% known what causes them. One likely reason is the large hormone shifts that occur while pregnant, our sense of smell and taste definitely change when we’re growing humans. 
For many the cravings and aversions are not long-lived, some lasting for a few days or potentially a few months, but do eventually subside. For others, they stick around until baby arrives but for most things simmer back to normal once baby is here. 
So, do these cravings serve any purpose? Many people think that cravings may be a way of signaling us of what our bodies need. Maybe your craving chips because your body is needing more sodium, or red meat because you’re in need of more iron. Aversion may be a way of our body trying to protect itself from potentially getting sick. 
They could also be telling us we are really in need of a more balanced diet. Blood sugar swings can cause craving even when you’re not pregnant. Making sure to get a good amount of protein and healthy fats at each meal you can help keep your blood sugar more stable. 
Craving can become problematic if you’re start craving non-food things like dirt or chalk. This is called pica and is not good for mom or baby. If you are craving non-food items definitely reach out to your care provider. 
If you’d like to learn for about all things food-related in pregnancy pick up a copy of Real Food for Pregnancy by @lilynicholsrdn. Her book is amazing and will totally blow your mind on what you should and shouldn’t be eating in pregnancy (she also has a great book on gestational diabetes).

    OMG pregnancy cravings and aversions!!! They are no joke.
    One study showed that up to 90% of women experience cravings, most in the first and second trimester.
    Even though it is documented that most women experience cravings or aversions is not be 100% known what causes them. One likely reason is the large hormone shifts that occur while pregnant, our sense of smell and taste definitely change when we’re growing humans.
    For many the cravings and aversions are not long-lived, some lasting for a few days or potentially a few months, but do eventually subside. For others, they stick around until baby arrives but for most things simmer back to normal once baby is here.
    So, do these cravings serve any purpose? Many people think that cravings may be a way of signaling us of what our bodies need. Maybe your craving chips because your body is needing more sodium, or red meat because you’re in need of more iron. Aversion may be a way of our body trying to protect itself from potentially getting sick.
    They could also be telling us we are really in need of a more balanced diet. Blood sugar swings can cause craving even when you’re not pregnant. Making sure to get a good amount of protein and healthy fats at each meal you can help keep your blood sugar more stable.
    Craving can become problematic if you’re start craving non-food things like dirt or chalk. This is called pica and is not good for mom or baby. If you are craving non-food items definitely reach out to your care provider.
    If you’d like to learn for about all things food-related in pregnancy pick up a copy of Real Food for Pregnancy by @lilynicholsrdn . Her book is amazing and will totally blow your mind on what you should and shouldn’t be eating in pregnancy (she also has a great book on gestational diabetes).

    11 6 16 June, 2019
    OMG pregnancy cravings and aversions!!! They are no joke. 
One study showed that up to 90% of women experience cravings, most in the first and second trimester. 
Even though it is documented that most women experience cravings or aversions is not be 100% known what causes them. One likely reason is the large hormone shifts that occur while pregnant, our sense of smell and taste definitely change when we’re growing humans. 
For many the cravings and aversions are not long-lived, some lasting for a few days or potentially a few months, but do eventually subside. For others, they stick around until baby arrives but for most things simmer back to normal once baby is here. 
So, do these cravings serve any purpose? Many people think that cravings may be a way of signaling us of what our bodies need. Maybe your craving chips because your body is needing more sodium, or red meat because you’re in need of more iron. Aversion may be a way of our body trying to protect itself from potentially getting sick. 
They could also be telling us we are really in need of a more balanced diet. Blood sugar swings can cause craving even when you’re not pregnant. Making sure to get a good amount of protein and healthy fats at each meal you can help keep your blood sugar more stable. 
Craving can become problematic if you’re start craving non-food things like dirt or chalk. This is called pica and is not good for mom or baby. If you are craving non-food items definitely reach out to your care provider. 
If you’d like to learn for about all things food-related in pregnancy pick up a copy of Real Food for Pregnancy by @lilynicholsrdn. Her book is amazing and will totally blow your mind on what you should and shouldn’t be eating in pregnancy (she also has a great book on gestational diabetes).

    OMG pregnancy cravings and aversions!!! They are no joke.
    One study showed that up to 90% of women experience cravings, most in the first and second trimester.
    Even though it is documented that most women experience cravings or aversions is not be 100% known what causes them. One likely reason is the large hormone shifts that occur while pregnant, our sense of smell and taste definitely change when we’re growing humans.
    For many the cravings and aversions are not long-lived, some lasting for a few days or potentially a few months, but do eventually subside. For others, they stick around until baby arrives but for most things simmer back to normal once baby is here.
    So, do these cravings serve any purpose? Many people think that cravings may be a way of signaling us of what our bodies need. Maybe your craving chips because your body is needing more sodium, or red meat because you’re in need of more iron. Aversion may be a way of our body trying to protect itself from potentially getting sick.
    They could also be telling us we are really in need of a more balanced diet. Blood sugar swings can cause craving even when you’re not pregnant. Making sure to get a good amount of protein and healthy fats at each meal you can help keep your blood sugar more stable.
    Craving can become problematic if you’re start craving non-food things like dirt or chalk. This is called pica and is not good for mom or baby. If you are craving non-food items definitely reach out to your care provider.
    If you’d like to learn for about all things food-related in pregnancy pick up a copy of Real Food for Pregnancy by @lilynicholsrdn . Her book is amazing and will totally blow your mind on what you should and shouldn’t be eating in pregnancy (she also has a great book on gestational diabetes).

    8 11 16 June, 2019
    OMG pregnancy cravings and aversions!!! They are no joke. 
One study showed that up to 90% of women experience cravings, most in the first and second trimester. 
Even though it is documented that most women experience cravings or aversions is not be 100% known what causes them. One likely reason is the large hormone shifts that occur while pregnant, our sense of smell and taste definitely change when we’re growing humans. 
For many the cravings and aversions are not long-lived, some lasting for a few days or potentially a few months, but do eventually subside. For others, they stick around until baby arrives but for most things simmer back to normal once baby is here. 
So, do these cravings serve any purpose? Many people think that cravings may be a way of signaling us of what our bodies need. Maybe your craving chips because your body is needing more sodium, or red meat because you’re in need of more iron. Aversion may be a way of our body trying to protect itself from potentially getting sick. 
They could also be telling us we are really in need of a more balanced diet. Blood sugar swings can cause craving even when you’re not pregnant. Making sure to get a good amount of protein and healthy fats at each meal you can help keep your blood sugar more stable. 
Craving can become problematic if you’re start craving non-food things like dirt or chalk. This is called pica and is not good for mom or baby. If you are craving non-food items definitely reach out to your care provider. 
If you’d like to learn for about all things food-related in pregnancy pick up a copy of Real Food for Pregnancy by @lilynicholsrdn. Her book is amazing and will totally blow your mind on what you should and shouldn’t be eating in pregnancy (she also has a great book on gestational diabetes).

    OMG pregnancy cravings and aversions!!! They are no joke.
    One study showed that up to 90% of women experience cravings, most in the first and second trimester.
    Even though it is documented that most women experience cravings or aversions is not be 100% known what causes them. One likely reason is the large hormone shifts that occur while pregnant, our sense of smell and taste definitely change when we’re growing humans.
    For many the cravings and aversions are not long-lived, some lasting for a few days or potentially a few months, but do eventually subside. For others, they stick around until baby arrives but for most things simmer back to normal once baby is here.
    So, do these cravings serve any purpose? Many people think that cravings may be a way of signaling us of what our bodies need. Maybe your craving chips because your body is needing more sodium, or red meat because you’re in need of more iron. Aversion may be a way of our body trying to protect itself from potentially getting sick.
    They could also be telling us we are really in need of a more balanced diet. Blood sugar swings can cause craving even when you’re not pregnant. Making sure to get a good amount of protein and healthy fats at each meal you can help keep your blood sugar more stable.
    Craving can become problematic if you’re start craving non-food things like dirt or chalk. This is called pica and is not good for mom or baby. If you are craving non-food items definitely reach out to your care provider.
    If you’d like to learn for about all things food-related in pregnancy pick up a copy of Real Food for Pregnancy by @lilynicholsrdn . Her book is amazing and will totally blow your mind on what you should and shouldn’t be eating in pregnancy (she also has a great book on gestational diabetes).

    7 1 16 June, 2019
    Nothing amps up your baby prep up like 16hrs of prodromal labor. 😬 Talk about motivation to be productive!!! Now I am off to:
🔶 renew my drivers license in person (for some reason I thought we were past that, but I guess not)
🔸 do some freezer meal prep with some fun new recipes
🔸 get gifts for Israel’s birthday coming up 🔸 finish up at work

Happy 36 weeks, baby girl! You already have us on our toes. Any predictions on how long she will make us wait until her debut? She obviously isn’t afraid to come early! 😁

    Nothing amps up your baby prep up like 16hrs of prodromal labor. 😬 Talk about motivation to be productive!!! Now I am off to:
    🔶 renew my drivers license in person (for some reason I thought we were past that, but I guess not)
    🔸 do some freezer meal prep with some fun new recipes
    🔸 get gifts for Israel’s birthday coming up 🔸 finish up at work

    Happy 36 weeks, baby girl! You already have us on our toes. Any predictions on how long she will make us wait until her debut? She obviously isn’t afraid to come early! 😁

    43 4 3 June, 2019
    We’ve got Baby Fever these days while waiting for Baby Burton! Pickles & Ice Cream is every 🤰🏼favorite, right?!? (It really was mine! Those pickles in a bag & eskimo pies!) 🥴

    We’ve got Baby Fever these days while waiting for Baby Burton! Pickles & Ice Cream is every 🤰🏼favorite, right?!? (It really was mine! Those pickles in a bag & eskimo pies!) 🥴

    38 4 25 May, 2019
    During your pregnancy you will become obsessed with your baby's development and what size he or she is each week. 🍏🍎🍉🍌🍒 ———————————————————-You are going to see it in a book, on a smart phone app, or on the web and like clockwork every Monday morning be checking on the status. ————————————————————Whenever you are in the produce aisle you will be checking out and examining the size and shape of everything from blueberries 🍇🍇to butternut squash 🎃🎃. ———————————————————-You will pick the squash 🎃up and hold it to your belly and wonder how it fits in there. Then you'll bring that butternut squash home, cook it and eat the crap out of it, enjoying every single bite.🍽🍽☺️☺️

    During your pregnancy you will become obsessed with your baby's development and what size he or she is each week. 🍏🍎🍉🍌🍒 ———————————————————-You are going to see it in a book, on a smart phone app, or on the web and like clockwork every Monday morning be checking on the status. ————————————————————Whenever you are in the produce aisle you will be checking out and examining the size and shape of everything from blueberries 🍇🍇to butternut squash 🎃🎃. ———————————————————-You will pick the squash 🎃up and hold it to your belly and wonder how it fits in there. Then you'll bring that butternut squash home, cook it and eat the crap out of it, enjoying every single bite.🍽🍽☺️☺️

    29 4 1 May, 2019
    “Who orders a pickle?” you may ask. And the answer would be... a momma who had insatiable cravings for pickles during her pregnancy, of course! If I were to make my babies pregnancy craving teethers they would be a steak and a pogo (as in corn dogs 🤣), which surprised a lot of people because I’ve been a strictly chicken and fish kind of girl for most of my life. What about you? Any weird or funny pregnancy cravings? What about aversions? Tell me all of them, I need a laugh on this rainy day! 
Also, don’t forget! I’m giving away perennial flower seeds with every order in spring to help out our pollinators! 🦋🐝

    “Who orders a pickle?” you may ask. And the answer would be... a momma who had insatiable cravings for pickles during her pregnancy, of course! If I were to make my babies pregnancy craving teethers they would be a steak and a pogo (as in corn dogs 🤣), which surprised a lot of people because I’ve been a strictly chicken and fish kind of girl for most of my life. What about you? Any weird or funny pregnancy cravings? What about aversions? Tell me all of them, I need a laugh on this rainy day!
    Also, don’t forget! I’m giving away perennial flower seeds with every order in spring to help out our pollinators! 🦋🐝

    45 7 1 May, 2019
    My grandpa sent me home with some of his canned spicy pickles and they’re so good, I’m wishing he had sent me home with two jars! 🤤 They’re gonna be gone REAL quick.

    My grandpa sent me home with some of his canned spicy pickles and they’re so good, I’m wishing he had sent me home with two jars! 🤤 They’re gonna be gone REAL quick.

    29 2 21 April, 2019
    Check up day! ☺️ Baby girl looks great! 💗

    Check up day! ☺️ Baby girl looks great! 💗

    65 5 2 April, 2019

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