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    Yep, not so much in the first trimester even though I had no morning sickness well not much at all, but throughout this 2nd trimester I often bake vegetables and stuff like that at 9-10pm I can't help it. If I go to bed the slightest bit hungry I'll wake up at 2am and won't be able to get back to sleep if I don't eat I just feel yuck in the tummy.

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    Yeah if I go to bed hungry I'll just wake up starving.
    I'm also getting really really thirsty at night now which is just mean because I end up getting up 2 or 3 times! If I don't drink I wake up thirsty. Can't fight these things anymore so just got to accept it lol
    Oh and the baby has started kicking my bladder just to add to it hehe

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    If your only a lil bit hungry have a glass of milk before bed it helps keep the hunger at bay till u wake up

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    Milk is a great idea actually!! I've started getting heartburn too so that's adding to the sleeping/night time dramas! Ew lol


 

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