my cravings

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by Blessedbaby, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. Blessedbaby

    Blessedbaby Mum to two and expecting

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    are entertaining my co-workers :growlmad:

    everything I crave and buy to eat or bring to eat I must share ...

    I mean now really before this pregnancy it was never like this

    I had a bowl of fruit salad I bought from our coffee shop this morning and this lady asked me for some ...

    I just had a packet of soft sweets ... and she wanted some :nope:

    I dont want to share and I mean why should I now that Im pregnant

    she even said the other day she likes hanging with pregnant women so that she can eat nice foods, etc :muaha:
     
  2. jojolabobo

    jojolabobo Well-Known Member

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    I would say "I would love to share with you, really I would, but the baby doesn't want to!"

    Seriously though how cheeky, asking for food at any time is a bit cheeky but when your pregnant and if you anything like me NEED food more than ever before it's not on!

    x
     
  3. Blessedbaby

    Blessedbaby Mum to two and expecting

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    my husband said I must say pregnant women dont share :haha:
     
  4. lov3hat3

    lov3hat3 Mummy to lil J, Preggo #2

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    lol I don't share so that would piss me off :haha:
    Its hard enough having to share with DS let alone anyone else :blush:
    Id buy some really disgusting or weird stuff and wack it out around her :thumbup:
     
  5. Blessedbaby

    Blessedbaby Mum to two and expecting

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    LOL Im thinking of doing just that ... Im thinking of telling her tomorrow we having pickles and peanut butter
     
  6. Storm1jet2

    Storm1jet2 Well-Known Member

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    I've been known to say 'you are feeling fiesty - don't ever take food from a pregnant woman!' :)
     
  7. jojolabobo

    jojolabobo Well-Known Member

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    There was a lady on here the other day saying she was craving cotton wall, you should just take a bag in and offer some to her, see if she's still keen to share your food!
     
  8. randomrach

    randomrach Well-Known Member

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    How rude! :wacko: I usually do offer food if I'm eating but seriously would never ask someone to share their food with me if they didn't. I would just say 'no sorry, I'm hungry and this is my lunch/breakfast' I doubt she'd ask again lol.
     
  9. PierceWife

    PierceWife Gabriels' mama!

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    Sometimes those pregnancy hormones can result in a snarky remark! Lol. Ya tell her that it is 2 servings. You are already sharing with baby.
     
  10. Lyana

    Lyana Well-Known Member

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    Wow, my co-workers are always giving me food now that I'm pregnant, they never ask me for any, though I do share with them sometimes because we're friends. I'm assuming your and this lady aren't friends? But then that makes it even weirder to me that she's asking you for food.
    I agree with the other ladies, bring in something really gross then offer it to her :haha:
     
  11. Blessedbaby

    Blessedbaby Mum to two and expecting

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    LOL I love the cottonwool suggestion

    No we're not friends hey ... so weird ... I'd be too shy to ask food from anyone at work
     

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