You’re sleeping 20 hours a day, and wishing for more.
You’re holding your two-year-old like a “little baby” and anticipating the small bundle.
You’re not speaking in complete thoughts. “Bring me a.” “See you; I’m going to McDonald’s for!” “Did?”
The dog might die. If he barks one more time and wakes you up, that is.
LOL about the McDonald’s.
With Big Brother it was White Castle burgers (ewwww!) The guys I worked with at the time were impressed by how many I could down. I also couldn’t get enough mashed potatoes, which I don’t ordinarily choose. He loves those.
Middle Sister–Taco Hell bean burritos. It’s her favorite fast food and always has been!
Little Brother–Wendy’s chicken sandwich, and cinnamon donuts (not at the same meal). He’s a big donut fan and always has been.
So there you go….you know what this child will want to eat–McD’s. (Or as Little Brother calls it, “Old McDonald’s.”)
Ah, yes. The maternal cravings for beef. When I was expecting Riley, I couldn’t drive home without going through BK because the SMELL wafting on the air drove me out of my mind! Then it was on to huge roast beef sandwiches. With Isabelle I didn’t want meat – just pancakes and waffles loaded with fruit and whipped cream (often for more than one meal a day!) So in my non-scientific mind, meat cravings indicate a boy and sweet cravings indicate a girl. But that’s just my couple of shiny pennies! 😉
SOUP!! Mostly vegetarian vegetable, but chicken noodle on occasion.
With the daughter, it was vinegar and sour things–also some soups, but also salad dressings, and I forget what else.
No unnatural fast food cravings, yet. Unless Chick-fil-a 2-3 times a week is unnatural! 😉
I’m right there with you with the sleep!!
Great post! I can definately relate. My house is a wreck, because I can’t get up and make the kids clean. I can barely talk : )I actually have been splurging on Subway. Yum!!!