Friday, April 13, 2007

Thank God I Take Vitamins

My eating habits as of late have been atrocious. I've consumed almost no vegetables in the last few weeks, and any fruit I have is generally shared with Sam. That means I end up picking it off the floor and out of his hair instead of, you know, actually eating any of it. Before I was knocked up, I was trying to lose weight, and I turned to the internet for accountability. And so, without further ado, I give you the list of things I've eaten today!

1. Sugar waffle from Whole Foods, so it was probably organic. Less guilt that way.
2. Chocolate chip oatmeal cookie, also from Whole Foods.
3. Apple cinnamon toaster pastry, again from Whole Foods. Guess where we went shopping last night?
4. One full size cadbury creme egg.
(Note: Items 1-4 were consumed between 7:30 and 10:30 am, and were accompanied by several cups of decaf coffee, with spleanda and half and half.)
5. Salt and vinegar potato chips.
6. Two chocolate chip oatmeal cookies, see #2.
7. One pear.

Please feel free to chastise and scold and shame me into eating something green for dinner.

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janet said...

how about some green m&m's...
i ate nothing but soft pretzels until my last trimester- in which i drank nothing but milkshakes:)

Rinny said...

I will do no chastising. Mostly because I am addicted to chocolate chip oatmeal cookies myself. But I am not pregnant. I just have phenomenally bad eating habits.

jen said...

i actually just want to come over and eat something out of your cupboards.

Amy Jo said...

Jen - sorry to say, but there's not much left!

I did have a salad last night for dinner. It had chicken fingers on it, but still.

Lora said...

When you come home I'm going to make you a batch of my famous oatmeal peanut butter cookies. And I'm putting some chocolate chips in them too. And we are going to the park and eating all of them. Maybe we'll throw one or two to the boys but that's it.

Amy Jo said...

I have theory that anything that contains oatmeal is somehow healthier than if it didn't. It makes it so much easier for me to rationalize!