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Thursday, November 15, 2012

To expand upon my big announcement (along with my expanding belly)...

Obviously Kevin and I had some big news to share this week and we couldn't be more thrilled! That being said, I feel that the focus of the blog may change a bit over the coming months as my body and life are changing in so many ways.

Kevin and Foster are both very excited!

The biggest change so far is that morning sickness is in no way conducive to recipe creation. Unfortunately, it has been a bit of a hindrance. It is difficult to play with food in the kitchen and then write about it when almost everything makes you want to puke. Luckily, I had a few posts ready and waiting to go for those weeks when I just couldn't stomach it.

I think it looks like me!

There are some great resources out there regarding Paleo and pregnancy and I am hoping to join their ranks. I'll still be sharing tasty recipes as my appetite returns, but I'll also be writing about pregnancy related topics such as (surprise) morning sickness, diet, exercise and whatever else comes up along the way.

No belly yet...but it's on the way

I hope you will hang on with me during this wild ride through pregnancy and parenthood!


  1. Super exciting!! I look forward to paleo pregnancy tales!! Take care of yourself and hopefully the morning sickness is over soon!

    1. Thanks, Melissa. I think it is already lifting (and being replaced by insatiable hunger)!

  2. I feel for you! My husband and I had been following Paleo for about 4 months (and feeling good!) when I found out I was pregnant with baby #3. My previous two pregnancies were great and I had very little morning sickness. Unfortunately I have been inflicted with a serious case of "all-day" sickness this time around and my food aversions have been huge making Paleo next to impossible :( I am now 15 weeks and starting to feel a little better (with the help of Diclectin). I wish you better luck!!

    1. It hasn't been diet has been limited to say the least. But I am starting to feel better, as well. One of my upcoming posts will definitely be about surviving this morning sickness business! Glad you are feeling better!