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    With DD1 I couldn't eat avocado, when previously I would go crazy for it. Only now, nearly 5 years on, am I getting back into it.
    With DD2 I can't remember if I had any aversions or not.

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    Chocolate, chicken actually most foods it takes me hours walking aimlessly around the supermarket to buy groceries at the moment.

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    Mushrooms ... Yuk!


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    Steak- i normally love steak but when I was pregnant it had a sour kind of taste too it.
    Pregnancy has also somewhat ruined my sweet tooth... I used to love fanta and raspberry lemonade and all those ridiculous sweet things... Not anymore, which is probably a good thing...

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    Any form of meat.

    Last time it was broccoli.

    And this time i cannot stand jarred baby food, oh god I can barely look at it. Makes it hard to feed ds.




    Mummy & Daddy - expanding our family! Our little man born April 2011 and now expecting another munchkin in August 2012! Loving it!!!!!

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    I'm usually a massive meat eater but cannot stand it (or much else!) at the moment. I've lived on chocolate milk and Vegemite sandwiches for 15 weeks. Garlic bread made me puke the other day and can't stand the smell of coffee! DH could definitely find himself bringing me steak and chips once bubby comes

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    Oat milk, which previously was my milk of choice. About 2 weeks after finding out I was pregnant, it started tasting like playdoh (?) and I cannot touch the stuff anymore! The thought is making me queasy!


    Other than that coffee (I am a barista - work is highly unpleasant), bananas (threw one up early on and the consistency just throws me now - but I can happily eat banana bread and banana ice cream all day long!) and DP's Asian noodle soups, which previously I would CRAVE at least twice a week.


 

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