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  1. Jones LeFae says

    Great tips!
    Morning sickness is for REAL!!! You are lucky that your experience was mild.
    I had morning sickness not just in my first trimester, but throughout my ENTIRE pregnancy! And I had it BAD!
    I mean, there were some days when I couldn’t even get out of bed for fear of throwing up, and days when I threw up as many as 7 times!
    I often wondered how my baby could possibly grow when I was throwing up everything I ate!
    I tried every remedy and nothing helped.
    But honoring your cravings is a good way to go, because at least you are getting something in your system and your tip for eating smaller frequent meals is on point as well.
    I often craved plain bagels, fried eggs, kiwis, and tangerines. During my second pregnancy, I craved Starbucks Frappuccinos every day! Yes, it was caffeine and sugar, but hey, there’s milk in there too!
    Regardless, my babies were BIG (9 lbs. and 9.12 lbs. respectively) and super healthy, so don’t stress too much if you can’t hold stuff down. Just keep trying different things to see what will stick and try to make the healthiest choices you can.

  2. Ros Emely says

    Thanks Chelsea! So true, knowing that it will be worth it at the end, makes it easier to handle the first trimester 🙂

  3. Socorro says

    I appreciate not only the tips but the encouragement and positive thoughts you send most posts are great but it makes a diffeeence when you dont feel great and i sent this to my daughter who is in her 1st trimester with horrible morni g sickness and i came across your post and i am grateful for it.
    Thank you!!!!!

  4. Ros Emely says

    Thank you so much! I hope your daughter can get through it quickly and stars feeling better!

  5. Neha singh says

    A stunning post ! I can just print this out and read it every day the next time I’m pregnant. Thank you!

  6. Ros Emely says

    Thank you so much 🙂 So happy you found it helpful 🙂

  7. Felicity says

    Thanks for your help

  8. Ros Emely says

    Hey Felicity!

    Of course! I’m here to help 🙂

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