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I don't think I can do the food shopping anymore..,

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HaveALittleFaith Thu 27-Sep-12 16:41:54

Oh my days! I'm 10 weeks tomorrow. I've just been food shopping and frankly gone a bit mental! I just bought whatever I fancied willy nilly. I think I'll be safer shopping online. The cost of the delivery is about 10% of the cost of all the crap I'd be buying instead! smile

cheesymonster Thu 27-Sep-12 17:35:28

Ha! Before I knew I was pregnant I spent almost £10 on sweets whilst in tesco. Because "i wanted a stock of chewits to carry in my bag". All made sense in the end!

ThreeWheelsGood Thu 27-Sep-12 17:40:45

The cost of delivery is often the same price as transport there/back anyway in my experience.

HaveALittleFaith Thu 27-Sep-12 17:47:25

Well tonight I had to get petrol and I do pass on the way home from work. But I spent £100 and I don't really know on what! I did get enough ingredients for a few meals but I also bought lots of stuff like crisps, dip, chocolate, sweeties! smile

FluffyJawsOfDoom Thu 27-Sep-12 18:19:00

I spent £12 on a big box of sweets from John Lewis in tri2... I told Dh they were £6 and he was still horrified blush

SpottyTeacakes Thu 27-Sep-12 18:21:34

I thought you were going to say because it makes you sick! I couldn't go near a food shop for the first eighteen weeks without vomming!

Couchsweetpotato Thu 27-Sep-12 18:26:51

I am currently hiding upstairs because DH has decided to get the deep fat fryer out to cook dinner and the smell of it nearly made me hurl on the kitchen floor. I can't even look at online shopping.

HaveALittleFaith Thu 27-Sep-12 18:29:00

Oh I was wrenching as I walked past the yoghurts! I used to have one a day but now even the thought....envy

But Fluffy were they yummy?!

FluffyJawsOfDoom Thu 27-Sep-12 19:00:07

They were lovely faith... and they're even more expensive that I remember, I was obviously in denial

HaveALittleFaith Thu 27-Sep-12 19:04:12

Oh wow that looks awesome! The taste of our youth smile

ellesabe Thu 27-Sep-12 19:51:17

I've been having the same thought op but for a different reason - I'm 33 weeks and my stupid bump is making it really difficult to unload the trolley at the till! Oh and I've lost count of the number of people I've crashed my trolley into over the past month blush

HaveALittleFaith Thu 27-Sep-12 20:01:12

That's decided then, shopping from the sofa for the foreseeable future! Definitely easier after baby arrives too!

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