Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Quick...It's an emergency!

I called Justin a bit ago to beg him to stop by the grocery store on the way home. I HAD to have more Pineapple juice. Furthermore, it had to be in individual cans, tastes better that way! This is my big craving so far. Not a bad choice!

With Max it was Popscicles.

I am a blessed wife! Spoiled some might say...

7 comments:

Jane Swanson said...

Aww, so sweet! Glad to see that Justin is spoiling you! Like i told you, i craved pineapple juice with one of mine too! Can't remember which one, though. Where are you getting these great pictures that you are posting?! I love them.
~jane

Aunt Sue said...

Pineapple juice?? Popcycles?? How about something bad for you like Burger King onion rings, I couldn't get enough of them when I was pregnant with Jeff. And by the way Kudos to Justin.

Jane Swanson said...

Well, now, that we are all sharing, Julia was grown in utero solely on Chocolate Haagan Daz ice cream.

anne said...

Aunt Sue...hillarious! And by the way, you saw how big my belly got and my 10lb. baby so it was not all that healthy eating! We are going for a way healthy pregnancy this time though! Only fruit and veggies! Limited on the greasy food!
Mom Jane, I am convinced Julia is made of Haggan Daz and if it were hot enough she just might melt!

aunt sue said...

Haagan Daz with hot fudge I hope. Anne... hmmmmmmm stawberries, blueberries, grapes, oranges, bananas, apples, rasberries, kiwi, spinach, sugar snap peas, tomatos, corn, cukes, brocoli, califlower sweet potato (in pudding I think it becomes a vegetable)... I'll be right back I'm headed to the kitchen.

aunt sue said...

Okay, I'm back. Anne I don't think that the food you eat when you are pregnant has ANY effect on your baby so I don't think there is any worry about Julia melting just like Jeff dosn't smell like a onion ring.

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