Some "food" cravings are seriously nuts. Let's hope this woman resisted her urges.
Or she could hang out in a laundromat and eat some TUMS. Not all cravings are for food. But as much as dryer sheets can make one woman drool, the same smell can just as easily make another woman vomit. Pregnancy is fun!
But what do you do when you crave imaginary things?
I’ve never had a hankering for cartoon dishes, but the Mad Hatter does seem to enjoy his saucer. Maybe he’s onto something.
Sometimes pregnancy cravings are color coded and extremely specific.
Good luck to the partner who brings this woman red or orangey-red or (gasp!) purple juice! When this woman’s baby is three and throwing a fit because he or she wants the orange cup and NOT the blue cup, she had better be extra understanding.
This series of messages is basically every pregnant woman.
Over the course of two hours she goes from peppermint patties to Italian nachos, which I didn’t know was even a thing. She stops to get ice cream and a needs an ocean view on the way. Who was she sending these to? And what the heck did he finally bring home?
As strong and crazy as pregnancy cravings can be, nothing in the world is more satisfying than fulfilling one.
To witness a pregnant woman finally getting her hands on the coveted food(s) is to witness pure ecstasy. It won’t be pretty. She will end up with crumbs in her bra and sauce on her belly, and she will moan while eating it. But don’t be fooled by her look of pure satisfaction. Part of her brain is already thinking and strategizing about what to eat next.