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StumpyScot92 · 12/06/2017 20:31

I'm currently pregnant with my first, 14 weeks, and while the morning sickness is gone I will have food aversions. Today I decided I didn't want my sandwich so had a packet of wotsits... Which turned into three packets. Blush

Now after dinner I have just scoffed a packet of Johnny's onion ring crisps and using all my will power not to go steal DPs packet from the kitchen too.

I wasn't a crisp eater before pregnancy so just looking for jokey reassurance my baby isn't going to be born demanding crisps Grin (and a shameless way to distract myself from the crisp selection in the kitchen now that I think I've read every thread on this site...)

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TabascoToastie · 13/06/2017 19:29

Crisps are the one thing I can't have in the house. Ice cream or cake can be in my house for months, even chocolate lasts a fair bit, but not crisps. I bought a six-pack of McCoys yesterday because I had a craving and Waitrose didn't have singles, and have already eaten four. I am not holding out much hope for the remaining two.

I have to throw my hat in the Co-op ring; their posh own brand are amazing. The salt and vinegar are the most vinegary crisps I've ever tasted.

Oysterbabe · 13/06/2017 19:33

Oh yes those co-op crisps are awesome.
I had a grab bag of beef hula hoops today. Sorry not sorry.

MERLYPUSSEDOFF · 14/06/2017 16:52

A family bag of frazzles, chip sticks or wotsits a day for about 3 months. Either that or McD's cheeseburger (meat removed)with extra gherking and as much ketchup as I could fit in.

I had twin boys - my sis said she had savoury cravings with her boys but sweet with her girls.

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