The symptoms have started and are coming on strong. To avoid the risk of embarrassing my wife, I won't go into detail. Well at least not the embarrassing ones. Use your imagination. We’ve found that it’s best to eat lots of small meals during the day rather than 3 big meals. I made chicken tacos last night which went over well and nothing there seemed to cause any discomfort. Lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, sour cream and green onions are now on the safe list. She likes coleslaw and I don’t know if that’s her first craving or just something she likes because I’m always handed the White Spot coleslaw when we go out. There is also a mountain of fruit on our counter that we’re going to be eating constantly. So far just apples, oranges and bananas and we’ll see how those react with our new found lifestyle.
We told our parents on Sunday night and it had to be the happiest room in the world. The look on our mothers faces when they opened up the bags with bibs in them was priceless. Fortunately Rachel caught the perfect moment like a paparazzi.
Then we made the round of phone calls from
We’re trying to keep the reigns on family members for now and we’ll let the rest of our friends know after 3 months (which I think is the beginning of June). So if you’re privileged enough to be reading this blog it means you’re in the know. Consider yourself lucky and don’t post it on Facebook. Weird that you have to tell people that.
After that it was back to the Berry household for some pictures of the new grandparents and the new aunties.