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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    I felt the same way a few times when I was pregnant. I'd pour a glass after about 3 sips I was over it, just didn't taste or feel the same.
    yeah same! I reckon our bodies are pretty good at rejecting what's not good for it during pregnancy.

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    Okay he's gone out to get the cheapest wine in the supermarket! I figure it's just because I know I cant have one, and once I have it in my hand i'll be like 'meh, dont want it now'...and worst case scenario I taste it, it'l probably be so disgusting I won't want anymore! I hope!

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    I have 5 smart, healthy and beautiful children. I drank each and every pregnancy. Not to excess but sensibly. It's a personal choice and I respect others who choose not to drink as long as they respect mine

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    When I was pregnant with my 2nd, I had this huge craving for Strongbow! I HATE cider of all kinds but I just had to have it! I made DH go get me some and I drank two (sooo bad) and I was satisfied and have never touched it since lol. Eewww!

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    I had a few drinks when I was pregnant.Nursed one glass for an hour or so
    aahhh it just wasnt the same!
    Enjoy your wine!

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    Just quietly .... You have me craving wine - and whilst I'm not pregnant ... It isn't even 3pm yet... Hmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopefully2 View Post
    Go get non alcoholic wine put it in a wine glass and play pretend! Worked for me.
    Hahaha I used to do that. I would drink coke from wine glasses. Just to feel special.

    OP I feel for you.

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    I had a glass of wine every month or so in all 3 of my pregnancy's just not in the first trimester. I also found Coopers fake beer a god send, I still have them all the time, they look and taste like beer but with no alcohol. They are in the softdrink aisle of Coles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    yeah same! I reckon our bodies are pretty good at rejecting what's not good for it during pregnancy.
    I agree. It was always a bit of a disappointment.

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    Okay, its freakin' gross and from one sip I have a headache and my body is aching all over. Ah ya gotta laugh!


 

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