I have been having almost 24/7 nausea. I thought to make it easier I would put on a slow cooker for tea tonight and leftovers tomorrow night. Good thought, however the smells although normally yummy are making me feel yuck-er.
Nto the most intelligent plan. Please learn from me. Don't put on a slow cooker, unless you are going out you will have the smells all day instead of just an hour or two
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12-03-2012 11:29 #1Senior Member
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Not hte most intelligent idea
12-03-2012 11:38 #2
I sooo don't miss the smell aversions I suffered in every first trimester .
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